Monthly Archive: December, 2018

Poetry of Japan and Arakida Moritake (1473-1549): Ambiance of Shintoism and Iio Sogi

Poetry of Japan and Arakida Moritake (1473-1549): Ambiance of Shintoism and Iio Sogi Lee Jay Walker Modern Tokyo Times In time, the poet Arakida Moritake (1473-1549) became the symbolic head Shinto priest of… Continue reading

Islamist sword in Nigeria aimed at Christians

Islamist sword in Nigeria aimed at Christians Sawako Uchida and Lee Jay Walker Modern Tokyo Times Christians in Nigeria continue to face the sword of Islam along with state indifference towards the followers… Continue reading

Mossad and Cyber Defense: Libertad and Israel

Mossad and Cyber Defense: Libertad and Israel Murad Makhumdov and Lee Jay Walker  Modern Tokyo Times Mossad, one of the most famous international spy agencies in the world, is focused on the state… Continue reading

Extraditing Gulen Would Betray American Values

Extraditing Gulen Would Betray American Values by John Rossomando IPT News Investigative Project on Terrorism Extraditing dissident Islamist cleric Fethullah Gulen to Turkey would be a betrayal of American values and should be… Continue reading

Poetry of Japan and influence of the Middle Kingdom: Abe no Nakamaro (698-770)

Poetry of Japan and influence of the Middle Kingdom: Abe no Nakamaro (698-770) Lee Jay Walker Modern Tokyo Times The eighth-century Japanese scholar and poet, Abe no Nakamaro (698-770), belongs to the cultural… Continue reading

France partially listens by suspending the fuel tax rise: The Deep State and Macron

France partially listens by suspending the fuel tax rise: The Deep State and Macron Sawako Utsumi and Lee Jay Walker Modern Tokyo Times   The elitist leader of France, President Emmanuel Macron, was… Continue reading

Ando Hiroshige and Japan art: Sexuality, landscapes, and becoming a Buddhist Monk

Ando Hiroshige and Japan art: Sexuality, landscapes, and becoming a Buddhist Monk Lee Jay Walker Modern Tokyo Times Internationally, Japanese art is known for the richness of various cultural angles during the Edo… Continue reading

Anger in the streets of Paris and throughout France: Elitist Macron, the Deep State, and useful extremists

Anger in the streets of Paris and throughout France: Elitist Macron, the Deep State, and useful extremists Noriko Watanabe and Lee Jay Walker Modern Tokyo Times Many ordinary French citizens feel that they… Continue reading

Russia’s Attack of Ukrainian Naval Ships in Black Sea: First Shots of Possible Winter War?

Russia’s Attack of Ukrainian Naval Ships in Black Sea: First Shots of Possible Winter War? Publication: Eurasia Daily Monitor Volume: 15 Issue: 168 By: Pavel Felgenhauer The Jamestown Foundation On November 25, two… Continue reading