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DAMPAK PERTIKAIAN GLOBAL: SIKAP POLITIK DAN REVOLUSI INDUSTRI DI INDONESIA (Sebuah Telaah Geopolitik)
Political dynamics in the Indonesian Military (TNI) colors the 2014 presidential election (Part III)
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26-04-2017
UN head calls for political settlement to end Yemen crisis

United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres said Tuesday that only a cessation of hostilities and a political settlement can bring about a permanent end to the conflict and the suffering of the Yemeni people.



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26-04-2017
China launches first home-made aircraft carrier

China today launched it first home-made aircraft carrier. The carrier was patterned to China’s first aircraft carrier Liaoning, an ex-Soviet carrier.


24-04-2017
N.Korea detains US citizen; at least 3rd American being held

North Korea recently detained a U.S. citizen, officials said Sunday, in the latest case of an American being held in the country.


11-04-2017
North Korean ships head home after China orders coal returned

A fleet of North Korean cargo ships is heading home to the port of Nampo, the majority of it fully laden, after China ordered its trading companies to return coal from the isolated country, shipping data shows.


11-04-2017
Malala Yousafzai in key UN role promoting girls’ education

United Nations secretary-general Antonio Guterres appointed Nobel laureate Malala Yousafzai a UN Messenger of Peace on Monday to promote girls’ education, more than four years after a Taliban gunman shot her in the head on a school bus in 2012.


04-04-2017
Philippine soldiers kill 'more than 10' militants in bid to free captives

Philippine soldiers killed "more than 10" Islamic State-linked Abu Sayyaf militants in an attempt to free Vietnamese captives held on a remote southern island as troops fired howitzer shells on rebel positions, an army general said on Monday.


30-03-2017
Germany says Brexit talks will not be easy for either side

Germany's foreign minister cautioned on Wednesday that negotiations on Britain's exit from the European Union would not be easy for either side and said it was difficult to understand how any country could believe it would be better off alone in the current global environment.


24-03-2017
By: Toni Ervianto*)
London’s Terror Attack Signing Europe as The New Target of Terror Groups

The attack began early Wednesday afternoon as a driver in a gray SUV slammed into pedestrians on the bridge linking Parliament to the south bank of the River Thames.  The car crashed into railings on the north side of the bridge, less than 200 yards (meters) from the entrance to Parliament. As people scattered in panic, witnesses saw a man holding a knife run toward the building. The attacker managed to get past a gate into Parliament's fenced-in New Palace Yard, a cobbled courtyard in the shadow of the Big Ben clock tower.


23-03-2017
Five dead, around 40 injured in UK parliament 'terrorist' attack

Five people were killed and about 40 injured in London on Wednesday after a car plowed into pedestrians and a suspected Islamist-inspired attacker stabbed a policeman close to Britain's parliament.


13-03-2017
Saudi King leaves Bali for Japan

Saudi Arabian King Salman bin Abdulaziz al-Saud left Bali for Japan on Sunday after enjoying an eight-day vacation in one of the worlds most famous tourist resort.


07-03-2017
By: Erlangga Pratama *)
What is The Urgency of IORA Summit for Indonesia?

For the first time since its formal establishment in 1997, the leaders of the 21-member Indian Ocean Rim Association (IORA) will hold their summit in Jakarta. The leaders are expected to come up with concrete action plans to develop the world’s third-largest ocean, after the Pacific and the Atlantic, to follow the much earlier achievements of other seaways.




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Japanese Militarism : Japan, Between Love And Resentment

A book entitled Japanese Militarism and Its War Crimes in Asia Pacific Region (Hendrajit, ed) was recently sent to me, by the publisher, The Global Future Institute. No doubt, this book made me re-think and recollect my trip to Japan in 1996. At that time, I was warmly received by Japanese families who became my host, invited to travel to various places, and bought souvenirs. The psycological effect of my short visit is that it is hard to imagine that the Japanese people were cruel ones, perpetrators of the massacre of our ancestors, raping Indonesian girls, making them as prostitutes and enslaving our grandfathers to work on various projects.

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