Category: Asia

Kyrgyzstan: The Army on the Streets Due to Turkey

Kyrgyzstan’s President Sooronbai Zeenbekov declared a state of emergency the day before yesterday in Biskek and ordered the army to deploy to the streets of the capital as unrest prevails in that Central Asian country. Sporadic gunfire was heard last Friday afternoon, not clear where they came from and whether there were any casualties. The

Yoshihide Suga is the New Prime Minister of Japan

Yoshihide Suga seventy-one years old, elected by Japan’s Lower House as the country’s new Prime Minister taking the post of resigned, due to health reasons, Prime Minister Shinzo Abe (2012-2020).  In the past he served as Chief Cabinet Secretary (2012-2020) under Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and Minister for Internal Affairs and Communications (2006-2007). Yoshihide Suga

Afghanistan: The Country Feeder Migrants to Europe

The fact that US President Donald Trump wants to make reality his 2016 election promise that he will return all US troops to the US before the November 2020 presidential election has ushered in major developments in the long-suffering Afghanistan. Given that the US considers the political class in the Afghan capital Kabul to be

The Oppression of the Uyghurs and the role of China

Uyghurs is a Turkish ethnic population living in Eastern and Central Asia. The population of Uyghurs living in China and specifically in the autonomous province of Xinjiang, which the Uyghurs nationalists call Eastern Turkestan, is approaching 12m. This autonomous area of Uyghurs is rich in natural gas and coal and is strategically owned by the

No Hope of stopping War in Afghanistan

The war in Afghanistan continues unabated for the 18th consecutive year. Suicide attacks continue unabated. A figure of about fifty people in which civilians and Afghans soldiers are included dies every day in Afghanistan. Suicide attacks do not discriminate targeting both camps and mosques, schools, and all kinds of festive family events of the Afghan

The Strategies for solving the problems of China’s Banking sector

As the signs of the coming global recession are becoming increasingly visible due to the intensity of the trade and monetary wars prevailing on the planet and also from geopolitical events such as the Brexit, the concern of investors is increasingly turning to China and more specifically to the banking sector which is a lever

The two Faces of India

In 2014, the then Government of India with Prime Minister of Narendra Modi announced the implementation of the campaign titled “Made in India”. This governmental initiative included 25 sectors of Indian economy, in order to encourage companies to manufacture their products in India, while creating new jobs and skills acquisition for the Indian workforce. It

It’s Time for Japan to vote a New Constitution

Japan’s Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and one of the longest-running prime ministers in the position of Prime Minister of Japan believes that the time has come and now is the right time for Japan to acquire a new Constitution. The Constitution of Japan has not changed for many decades and always after the end of

Can Vietnam to Become the New Asian Tiger?

Given the fierce trade war raging between the US and China, a large proportion of the companies active in their production in China are trying to find a way out to protect their production. Due to the imposition of U.S. tariffs on manufactured products in China, companies do not give new orders to their production

Hong Kong: The Citizens’ Battle for the preservation of the Rule of Law

The hundreds of thousands of citizens who marched on the streets of Hong Kong 15 days ago demonstrated that the Liberal democratic beliefs of the people of Hong Kong remain unchanged and strong despite Hong Kong’s transition (1997) from British domination to Chinese sovereignty. The problem that caused the protests Hong Kong’s long and politically
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