BANGLADESH

“Even before the sun broke through the winter fog, thousands of BNP and Jamaat activists took absolute control of Dhaka's entry points yesterday and went on the rampage, bashing and torching vehicles, and sending terror down the spine of city dwellers.”
Ler mais: “Terror strikes roads” (Then Daily Star, 10 de dezembro de 2012).

CHINA-COREIA DO NORTE
“Beijing expressed regret over Pyongyang's launch of a longrange rocket on Wednesday amid deep concern among its neighbors.”
Ler mais: “ Launch of rocket is regretful, Beijing says” (China Daily, 13 de dezembro de 2012).

CHINA-JAPÃO
“Plane guarding islands' sovereignty sparks Japanese fighter response. Chinese and Japanese aircraft were involved in a standoff in the skies above the Diaoyu Islands on Thursday.”
Ler mais: “Air patrol turbulence as Diaoyu tension rises” (China Daily, 14 de dezembro de 2012).

TAILÂNDIA I
“A large number of Buddhist teachers in the troubled deep South have applied for transfers, with their morale at its lowest point following reports that they have become a new target group in the southern insurgency, Deputy Education Minister Sermsak Pongpanich said yesterday.”
Ler mais: “ Teachers want to flee South” (The Nation, 13 de dezembro de 2012).

COREIA DO NORTE I
“North Korea’s successful rocket launch on Wednesday underscores considerable progress in its ballistic missile technology, a core part of its controversial nuclear program that threatens its potential adversaries. Despite international condemnation and sanctions, the North has pushed to enhance its delivery capability to bolster what it calls “nuclear deterrence against hostile forces” including the U.S.”
Ler mais: “ N. Korea makes strides in ballistic missile capability” (The Korea Herald, 12 de dezembro de 2012).

TAILÂNDIA II
“Politicians must take all blame for the failure of Thailand to improve its international anti-corruption rating, which fell from 80 last year to 88 this year - to the same level as African countries, members of an anti-graft body said yesterday.”
Ler mais: “'Government to blame' for poor graft ranking” (The Nation, 10 de dezembro de 2012).

COREIA DO NORTE II
“As North Korea inches toward its goal of de-facto nuclear power status, its fledgling leadership is expected to pursue a more aggressive, bolder external policy, experts warned Thursday.”
Ler mais: “Concern rises as N. Korea seen turning to bolder hardline policy” (The Korea Herald, 13 de dezembro de 2012).

TAIWAN-CHINA
“Taiwan yesterday urged all claimants to the Diaoyutai Islands to refrain from activities that could escalate tension and called for peace and stability in the region after a Chinese plane was spotted in airspace over the disputed seas yesterday morning.”
Ler mais: “Taiwan reiterates Diaoyutai Islands claim” (The China Post, 14 de dezembro de 2012).

JAPÃO-COREIA DO NORTE I
“The government plans to urge the U.N. Security Council to adopt a resolution strengthening sanctions against North Korea in the wake of the country's launch Wednesday of a long-range ballistic missile, government sources said.”
Ler mais: “ Govt to seek tougher UNSC sanctions / Tightened cargo inspections of North Korean ships, curbs on bank transactions eyed” (The Yomiuri Shimbun, 13 de dezembro de 2012).

CHINA
“China 'satisfied' with outcome of climate change negotiations. The two-week UN climate conference in Doha ended on Saturday after 24 hours of extended negotiations with a package of deals that some participants said were disappointing but acceptable.” Ler mais: “Doha talks end with slight progress” (China Daily, 10 de dezembro de 2012).

JAPÃO-COREIA DO NORTE II

“North Korea's launch of a long-range ballistic missile has suddenly shifted the focus to political parties' security policies in the final campaign stages of Sunday's House of Representatives election.”

Ler mais: “ Launch puts security policy in spotlight” (The Yomiuri Shimbun, 14 de dezembro de 2012).

REVISTA DE IMPRENSA ASIÁTICA DO INSTITUTO DO ORIENTE – Nº 43 – 8 A 14 DE DEZEMBRO DE 2012
Por uma perspetiva oriental da imprensa internacional.
©Instituto do Oriente – 2012

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