Monthly Archives: September 2010

China-Japan conflict worsens

The good news for the peace loving world is that the war of words between China and Japan will not develop into a serious armed conflict, however provocative the actions of either party are. The bad news for Japan and the United States is that they cannot check China’s growing economic power or its increasing military strength. Continue reading

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Indo-China cold war hots up

By Ameen Izzadeen (This article originally appeared in the Daily Mirror, Sri Lanka on Sept. 17, 2010) India has apparently lost its cold war with China, or at least the current phase of it. What is disturbing to India is … Continue reading

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Nine years after 9/11, the burning questions remain

By Ameen Izzadeen This article originally appeared in the Daily Mirror of September 10, 2010 Another 9/11 anniversary is marked tomorrow with solemn prayers. Millions of Americans will participate in religious services in remembrance of more than 3,000 people who … Continue reading

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Obama trapped by the system, lobby

By Ameen Izzadeen (This article originally appeared in the Daily Mirror, Sri Lanka, on September 3, 2010) In recent weeks and days, US President Barack Obama earned ten points, lost ten points and earned ten points again with his headline-hitting … Continue reading

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