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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. 55. 16 a 22 de março.©INSTITUTO DO ORIENTE
 –
2013Rua Almerindo Lessa
 –
1300-663 Lisboa. Correio eletrónico: ioriente@iscsp.utl.pt.
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REVISTA DE IMPRENSA ASIÁTICA
 
Por uma perspetiva oriental da imprensa internacional 
 
 ASEAN-CHINA
“A
s territorial disputes in the region continue to simmer, Indonesia's navychief proposed joint naval exercises between Asean countries and Chinato build trust and keep tensions in check.
 
Ler mais:
(The Straits Times,
22 de março de2013).
RÚSSIA-CHINA
The "very good" relations between China and Russia need to be taken toa higher level, a senior Russian official said. The importance of the ties isan area of universal consensus in Russia, Andrey Denisov, Russia's firstdeputy minister of foreign affairs, said.
 
Ler mais:
(China Daily, 22 de março de
2013).
PAQUISTÃO
“T
he Pakistani Taliban have suspended peace talks with the Pakistani
government, claiming the stakeholders are “not serious” with the peace
initiative, a spokesman for the banned outfit said in a video releasedMonday.
 
Ler mais:
(Dawn, 18 de
março de 2013).
PAQUISTÃO-EUA
Pakistan shares the US goal of restoring stability to Afghanistan, says anAmerican expert while a former US envoy urges Washington tostrengthen its trade and investment ties with Islamabad.
 
Ler mais:
(Dawn, 20 de março de
2013).
NEPAL I
(
) The study conducted by Oxford Poverty and Human DevelopmentInitiative (OPHI) showed the percentage of the poor in Nepal dropped by4.1 percentage points per year between 2006 and 2011.
 
Ler mais:
(The
Kathmandu Post, 19 de março de 2013).
NEPAL II
“President Zillur Rahman’s passing makes him only the third head of state,
the others being Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman and General ZiaurRahman, to have died in office.
 
 
 
No. 55. 16 a 22 de março.©INSTITUTO DO ORIENTE
 –
2013Rua Almerindo Lessa
 –
1300-663 Lisboa. Correio eletrónico: ioriente@iscsp.utl.pt.
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Ler mais:
(The Daily
Star, 21 de março de 2013).
ÍNDIA
After a six-
hour lively debate that saw intense women’s participation,
the Lok Sabha today passed the eagerly awaited anti-rape Bill whichprovides for life term till natural death and even death for repeatcommission of rape.
 
Ler mais:
(The Statesman, 19 de março de 2013).
 
ÍNDIA-SRI LANKA
India on Thursday voted in favour of UNHRC resolution against Sri Lankaon human rights.
 
Ler mais:
(The
Times of India, 21 de março de 2013).
MALÁSIA-FILIPINAS
The International Court of Justice (ICJ) will rule in favour of Malaysia if the country agrees with the Philippines to contest the claim over Sabah atthe world's highest court, said prominent historian Tan Sri Khoo Kay Kim.
 
Ler mais:
(The Star,
21 de março de 2013).
INDONÉSIA
The third Jakarta International Defense Dialogue (JIDD) started onWednesday with the aim of reducing tension in the Asia and the Pacificand bringing together countries in the region.
 
Ler mais:
(The Jakarta Post, 21
de março de 2013).
FILIPINAS
Tension remains high in Sabah and in southern Philippines areas close tothe east Malaysian state as the hunt for Agbimuddin Kiram and his men
continued for the 14th day Tuesday under the Malaysian government’s
Operasi Daulat, security officials on both s
ides said.”
 
Ler mais:
(Philippine Daily
Inquirer, 19 de março de 2013).
CHINA
China is open to cooperating with other countries to maintaininternational cybersecurity, Foreign Ministry spokesman Hong Lei said onThursday.
 
Ler mais:
(Ch
ina Daily, 22 de março de2013).
CHINA-RÚSSIA

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