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Yuriko Koike | The new neutrality
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Selling out Western allies

By Yuriko Koike During the Cold War, the Soviet Union used every imaginable threat and inducement — including the ultimate prize of reunification — to bring about a neutral Germany. But German leaders of both the left and the right, from ... Qatar Peninsula, 1 day ago
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Germany and South Korea readjust their relationships with Russia and China

By , Yuriko Koike, who served as Japan's national security adviser from 2006 to 2007 and defense minister in 2007, is a member of the country's Diet. During the Cold War, the Soviet Union used every imaginable threat and inducement — ...
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How to end an insurgency

By Yuriko Koike TOKYO ― When the Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF)guerrilla movement took up arms in the Philippines in the 1960s, Ferdinand Marcos had yet to become the country's president ― let alone its dictator. Despite the country's ...
 Korea Times3 weeks ago Yuriko Koike | How to end an insurgency  Livemint.com4 weeks ago How to End an Insurgency [opinion]  Individual.com3 weeks ago How to end the Philippines Moro insurgency  Japan Times3 weeks ago
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Tipping points to Asia's future

By Yuriko Koike TOKYO ― A week, it is said, is a long time in politics. But events in Asia over the past week may define the region for decades to come. Thailand, one of Asia's most prosperous countries, seems determined to render itself a ...
 Korea Times1 month ago Yuriko Koike | Tipping points to Asia's future  Livemint.com1 month ago Recent events in Asia could be tipping points  Japan Times1 month ago

The perils of a new neutrality

Given its insecurity, a by-product of the Korean Peninsula's long division, South Korea requires, above all, calm and steady partners Throughout the Cold War, the Soviet Union used every imaginable threat and inducement — including the ultimate ...
 Gulf News5 days ago
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The New Neutrality

The impact on German foreign policy of the country's deepening economic ties with Russia has been evident throughout the Ukraine crisis TOKYO Throughout the Cold War, the Soviet Union used every imaginable threat and inducement including the ...
 Prague Post6 days ago

Bridges: PNoy for Nobel Peace Prize

MALACAÑANG strongly denied it is lobbying for President Benigno Aquino III's nomination for the Nobel Peace Prize. However, in the same breath, Palace officials welcomed if such a prestigious recognition is bestowed on the only son of democracy ...
 Panay News2 weeks ago
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Why Japan is betting big on fuel-cell cars

Toyota Motor Corp's prototype fuel cell vehicle (FCV) sedan car is unveiled during a news conference in Tokyo. Photo by Yuya Shino, Reuters TOKYO - Japan's government and top carmakers, including Toyota Motor Corp, are joining forces to bet big that ...
 ABS-CBN News3 weeks ago Japan bets big on fuel-cell future  Business Spectator3 weeks ago Toyota unveils fuel-cell car  The Gulf Today3 weeks ago Japan bets big on making fuel-cell cars a reality  Japan Today3 weeks ago
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Goodluck Jonathan: Silence isn't inaction

A review of the best commentary on and around the world... Today's must-read Silence does not indicate inaction - More than 200 school girls remain missing after they were kidnapped by the Nigerian Islamist militant group Boko Haram in April.
 BBC3 weeks ago

Ageing Japan suffers pilot shortage, flight cancellations

Photo / Thinkstock Thousands of flights in Japan could be cancelled this summer as the country's rapidly ageing population leads to a nationwide shortage of airline pilots. Peach Aviation, a Japan-based budget airline, has said that more than ...
 New Zealand Herald3 weeks ago
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