Category Archives: International

‘It only takes one terrorist’: the Buddhist monk who reviles Myanmar’s Muslims


Critics of Ashin Wirathu and his denim-clad disciples say the monk incites racial violence against Rohingya refugees. He claims he is merely protecting his people Once branded ‘the face of Buddhist terror’, Ashin Wirathu says his aim is to defend … Continue reading

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Lý Do Gây Hận Thù Tôn Giáo Ở Miến Điện


02/05/2013  12:00 SA Alan Strathern, Đại học Oxford Trong tất cả những giáo huấn đạo đức đạo Phật được thấm nhuần trong các nhà sư, thì việc tránh sát sinh được nhắc tới đầu tiên, và nguyên tắc bất bạo động được cho là nằm ở vị trí trung tâm, quan trọng hơn nhiều đối với đạo … Continue reading

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MIẾN ĐIỆN: CỘI RỄ CỦA THẢM KỊCH ROHINGYA


Trọng Thành | RFI Người Rohingya vượt biên sang Bangladesh qua vịnh Bengal. Ảnh chụp ngày 11/09/2017. (Reuters) Lời Ban Biên Tập: Một độc giả thư về ban biên tập chúng tôi thắc mắc tại sao quốc gia Miến Điện là một quốc gia Phật Giáo lại có những hành xử … Continue reading

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Mỹ “dìm hàng” Nga-Trung chỉ đáng mặt “chư hầu”?


Đại tá Lê Thế Mẫu – /Thứ Sáu, ngày 6/10/2017 – 10:28   Bộ trưởng Quốc phòng Mỹ James Mattis VietTimes — Giữa thanh thiên bạch nhật và không cần rào đón trước sau, Bộ trưởng Quốc phòng Mỹ James Mattis … Continue reading

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Election Q&A: What next for Thailand?


4 July 2011 THAILAND’S TROUBLES Many challenges ahead for Yingluck Profile: Yingluck Shinawatra Thailand’s election: the economic fallout Thai press focus on reconciliation Yingluck Shinawatra, the youngest sister of ousted former prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra, has led the opposition to … Continue reading

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Thailand’s election: the economic fallout


By Vaudine England BBC News, Bangkok 3 July 2011 Image captionElection posters have promised everything from free laptops and wifi to 25% wage hikes THAILAND’S TROUBLES Many challenges ahead for Yingluck Profile: Yingluck Shinawatra Thai press focus on reconciliation Thai … Continue reading

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Thailand: Yingluck Shinawatra faces many challenges


By Rachel Harvey  BBC News, Bangkok 3 July 2011 Image captionYingluck Shinawatra has promised to revive her brother’s populist policies THAILAND’S TROUBLES Profile: Yingluck Shinawatra Thailand’s election: the economic fallout Thai press focus on reconciliation Thai military’s political past looms over … Continue reading

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Thailand’s election and the rural debt trap


By Vaudine EnglandBBC News, Taai Ban Mai, Thailand 29 June 2011 THAILAND’S TROUBLES Many challenges ahead for Yingluck Profile: Yingluck Shinawatra Thailand’s election: the economic fallout Thai press focus on reconciliation Thailand’s politicians have been promising anything from 25% wage … Continue reading

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Profile: Yingluck Shinawatra


23 August 2017 Image copyrightEPAImage captionMs Yingluck is the youngest sister of controversial figure Thaksin Shinawatra Thailand turmoil In pictures: Protests against Thailand coup Video In 60 secs: Thailand’s military coup As it happened: Thailand coup Why launch Thailand takeover now? … Continue reading

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Profile: Thailand’s reds and yellows


13 July 2012   The BBC looks at two bitterly divided camps that have for years driven sporadic protests in Thailand – the red-shirts and the yellow-shirts. The red-shirts began as supporters of deposed former Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra, who … Continue reading

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