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Asian Tribune is published by World Institute For Asian Studies|Powered by WIAS Vol. 12 No. 2346

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The Truth about Rohingya Crisis

With the release of the prestigious Amnesty International report on the plight of the Rohingyas it seems that the cat has been let out of the bag with and have alerted, the international community to have a more balance approached on this on-going hot crisis.

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Tobacco breaks hearts

Tobacco use is the only risk factor shared by all four main categories of non-communicable diseases – heart disease, cancer, chronic lung disease and diabetes – which have overtaken infectious diseases as the world’s leading killers.

Dr Sandy Gupta
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Employment for Grave Diggers

RW (Ranil Wickremasinghe) has with 2 of his ministers gone berserk. Fearful of a devastating rout at the next elections RW has started whingeing at every media opportunity. It sounds like ‘GRGRGR’ all the time.

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Employment for Grave Diggers

RW (Ranil Wickremasinghe) has with 2 of his ministers gone berserk. Fearful of a devastating rout at the next elections RW has started whingeing at every media opportunity. It sounds like ‘GRGRGR’ all the time.

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Presidential Pardons

Remember Lewis "Scooter" Libby who served as an adviser to Vice President Dick Cheney?

Presidential Pardons
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Dangerous Trends in Democracy in South Asia – Dr. Mallika Joseph

On 31st May 2018, The Institute for National Security Studies Sri Lanka (INSSSL) hosted a round table discussion on ‘Trends in regional security environment in South Asia’ with a keynote speech by Dr. Mallika Joseph. She is a Senior Fellow at INSSSL and currently serving as the policy advisor of The Hague-based Global Partnership for the Prevention of Armed Conflict (GPPAC)

 Dr. Mallika Joseph
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