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Revista de Imprensa Asiática

Revista de Imprensa Asiática

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Published by Catarina Severino
Por uma perspetiva oriental da imprensa internacional.
Por uma perspetiva oriental da imprensa internacional.

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No. 53. 2 a 8 de março.©INSTITUTO DO ORIENTE
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2013Rua Almerindo Lessa
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1300-663 Lisboa. Correio eletrónico: ioriente@iscsp.utl.pt.
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REVISTA DE IMPRENSA ASIÁTICA
 
Por uma perspetiva oriental da imprensa internacional 
 
PAQUISTÃO-IRÃO
The US media warned on Sunday that the Pakistan-Iran gas pipeline might lead to sanctionsagainst Islamabad, although the State Department says sanctions will only become effective ifPakistan finalises the deal.
 
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(Dawn, 3 de março de 2013).
 
 TAILÂNDIA I
The Bangkok election winner Sukhumbhand Paribatra and Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatraboth similarly greeted yesterday's amazing outcome of the most exciting gubernatorial race inrecent memory in choked voices. The results, however, underlined vast political differencesthat confirm Thailand as a country in political impasse, even as the capital set three electoral
records.”
 
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(The Nation, 4 de março de
2013).
 TAILÂNDIA II
Thailand is now at risk from a trade ban by the international community as it has been placedon a watch list for its alleged involvement in illegal ivory.
 
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(The Nation, 7 de março de 2013).
 
MALÁSIA
“Malaysia has given an ultimatum to the remnants of the Sulu armed group: “Lay dow
n yourarms or be eliminated.'' As elite security forces tightened the noose around the gunmen on therun in two villages, a determined Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak rejected an offer ofa unilateral ceasefire offer by the self-styled Sulu Sultan Jamalul Kiram III yesterday anddeclared that the military and police would hunt the remaining Sulu gunmen down if theyrefused to give up.
 
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(The Star,8 de março de 2013).
INDONÉSIA
The government is closer to finally ratifying the 1998 Rome Statute of the InternationalCriminal Court amid accusations that party political motivation lies behind the timing of theratification ahead of the 2014 elections.
 
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(The Jakarta Post, 6 de março de 2013).
 
FILIPINAS
Moro National Liberation Front founding chairman Nur Misuari on Tuesday lambasted PresidentAquino for his alleged mishandling of the Sabah conflict and warned any attempt to arrest Sulu
Sultan Jamalul Kiram III would plunge the country in “total chaos.”
 
 
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(Philippine Daily Inquirer, 6 de março de 2013).
 

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