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Asian Tribune is published by World Institute For Asian Studies|Powered by WIAS Vol. 12 No. 2585

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Letter From America: Dark Forces Winning the Game!

With the latest presidential election results in the USA, 2016 is proving to be a bonanza year for the right-wing extremists everywhere, or so it seems these days. The next year, 2017, may even look better for them.

 Letter From America: Dark Forces Winning the Game!
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Donald Trump’s Win – an analysis

Against all the predictions of the pundits, pollsters and polling groups, Donald Trump was elected the 45th president of the United States. Well except one, that is from my alma mater - University of Southern California, Los Angeles.

Donald Trump’s Win – an analysis
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Rohingya Lives Matter: Stop their ethnic cleansing

Myanmar’s government said that the October 9 raids were conducted by the Aqamul Mujahidin organization, which it described as being affiliated with an extremist group. On the other hand, a previously unknown group - Faith Movement - has released a press statement on October 15 in which it claimed itself as the sons of Arakan soil who were compelled by the dire situation that they faced to make their own destiny through uprising, self-determination in self-defense. “We stand as an independent body which is free from all elements of terror in any nature,” the press release stated “that seeks fundamental but legitimate rights and justice for all ARAKANESE including our innocent Rohingyas and OTHER civilians dying from the continuous military assaults.”

Rohingya Lives Matter: Stop their ethnic cleansing
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Bias and Prejudice Die Hard

I was shocked to read Kanbawza Win’s latest posting in the Asian Tribune. Once again, he reveals his appalling bias and prejudice against the Rohingyas of Myanmar, who remain the most persecuted people in our time. As a hardcore racist that he is, his latest rant doesn’t surprise me at all, and should not surprise his readers either who have seen in the past such samples of his degenerated and delusional mind that cannot separate facts from fiction.

Bias and Prejudice Die Hard
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The Latest Crisis in Arakan

The situation inside the Rohingya villages in north-western Arakan state of Myanmar, bordering Bangladesh, is dire. Another genocidal campaign has been launched by the government. As we have seen before with the previous military regimes, the new government of Aung San Suu Kyi has its version of justification for its heavy handed treatment of the minority Muslims.

The Latest Crisis in Arakan
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Letter From America -The GOP Must Dump Trump

Can a video tape deal a death blow to Donald Trump’s presidential campaign? Could the unthinkable really happen?

Letter From America -The GOP Must Dump Trump
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Letter from America: American Public Problem

Too many things are going wrong inside the USA in this election year. People are harassed and discriminated based on their ethnicity, religion and color. Many minorities are losing jobs simply because of looking different.

Letter from America: American Public Problem
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9/11 – Fifteen Years Later

This Sunday the USA observes the 15th anniversary of 9/11. The attacks on the soil of the USA was committed not by a hostile state but reportedly by non-state Muslim zealots that were affiliated with OBL's al-Qaeda. Nearly 3000 individuals of all faiths died in the attacks.

9/11 – Fifteen Years Later
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Malaysia’s Shameful Scandal

What's happening in Malaysia? Are we witnessing some conspiracy to break the head of this emerging economic power, or something else?

Malaysia’s Shameful Scandal
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The Annan Commission needs to be successful

On Friday, 19 August 2016, the first World Rohingya Day demonstrations took place around the world. Rallies and demonstrations took place in London, UK; Washington DC, Toronto, Canada, New York, Chicago; Stockholm, Sweden; Boston; Los Angeles; and many other places. The speakers demanded end to the ongoing genocide of Rohingya people who are indigenous people of Myanmar (formerly Burma) living in their ancestral lands.

The Annan Commission needs to be successful
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