14 Mar 2018
the washington post
HUN Sen EST EN TRAIN DE TUER
LA DÉMOCRATIE AU CAMBODGE !
Après avoir incarcéré son Président, KEM Sokha,
HUN Sen met en route sa machine Judiciaire
pour dissoudre le CNRP, le Parti d’Opposition !
La Communauté Internationale doit maintenant réagir en imposant des sanctions sévères à l’encontre de ce Régime dictatorial.
“This is a strongman’s coup d’etat, with Hun Sen shamelessly transforming himself into a dictator for the whole world to see,” said Phil Robertson, deputy Asia director for Human Rights Watch.
06 Oct 2017
LA COOPÉRATION ENTRE DEUX ETATS VOYOUS
A North Korean ship was seized off Egypt with a huge cache of weapons destined for a surprising buyer
03 Oct 2017
11 Sep 2017
08 Sep 2017
Il a mis la démocratie en bière
Les élections législatives de 2018 s’annoncent chaotiques !
Elles ne seront ni libres, ni justes, ni équitables !
ការបង្រ្កាបបណ្តាញផ្សព្វផ្សាយនៅកម្ពុជាត្រូវបានយល់ឃើញថាជា ចំណាត់ការចម្បងរបស់រដ្ឋាភិបាល មុនការបោះឆ្នោតឆ្នាំ ២០១៨
01 Sep 2017
The French embassy in Vietnam said France regretted the Vietnamese authorities decision to revoke Hoang’s Vietnamese nationality and to deport him.
“Freedom of expression and of opinion, notably on the Internet, are both guaranteed by the international covenant on civil and political rights to which Vietnam is a party. France calls on Vietnamese authorities to ensure compliance with these commitments”, the embassy said in a statement sent to Reuters.
24 Jun 2017
Informations sensibles sur ISIS révélées à Lavrov par D. Trump ?
President Trump revealed highly classified information to the Russian foreign minister and ambassador in a White House meeting last week, according to current and former U.S. officials, who said Trump’s disclosures jeopardized a critical source of intelligence on the Islamic State.
The information the president relayed had been provided by a U.S. partner through an intelligence-sharing arrangement considered so sensitive that details have been withheld from allies and tightly restricted even within the U.S. government, officials said.
Une bombe à retardement
The White House should make the transcript of
@POTUS‘ mtg w/ the Russian Foreign Minister & Ambassador available to Intel Cmtes ASAP
President Trump appeared to acknowledge Tuesday that he revealed highly classified information to Russia — a stunning confirmation of a Washington Post story and a move that contradicted his own White House team after it scrambled to deny the report.
As President I wanted to share with Russia (at an openly scheduled W.H. meeting) which I have the absolute right to do, facts pertaining….
…to terrorism and airline flight safety. Humanitarian reasons, plus I want Russia to greatly step up their fight against ISIS & terrorism.
Vantant la qualité de ses informations, M. Trump se serait exprimé longuement sur des projets prêtés à l’organisation Etat islamique (EI), selon cet article. Il s’agirait d’attentats contre des avions provoqués par des explosifs dissimulés dans des ordinateurs portables et tablettes, que les passagers peuvent jusqu’à présent utiliser à leur bord.
Ces craintes ont poussé les autorités américaines à interdire l’usage de ces appareils en vol pour des compagnies du Moyen-Orient. Les propos de M. Trump, toujours selon le Washington Post, pourraient permettre aux Russes d’identifier la source de ces informations, obtenues vraisemblablement par les services d’un pays allié des Etats-Unis. Un partenaire qui n’aurait pas donné l’autorisation à Washington de les partager avec Moscou.
Donald Trump « a révélé plus d’informations à l’ambassadeur russe que nous n’en avons partagées avec nos propres alliés », affirme un haut responsable, cité sous couvert de l’anonymat par le Washington Post.
16 May 2017
Il y a des menaces et des contre menaces.
Et il y a des signes qui laissent présager un futur bien préoccupant !
Pour l’instant, profitez bien de la Bourse qui monte, qui monte …!
Et la Chine s’y prépare sérieusement !
#BREAKING Merkel, Xi call for promoting free trade, open markets: statement
Le “America First” pourrait très vite se transformer en “America Alone” !
Aux quatre coins du monde, dans la plupart des think tanks et autres universités, des économistes planchent sur les grandes lignes de ce que pourrait être un nouveau conflit commercial mondial, un conflit déclenché par ce vent de mercantilisme venu des Etats-Unis.
20 Mar 2017
The U.S. State Department released its annual human rights report on Friday with little fanfare, repeating longstanding past concerns with Cambodia’s judiciary, corruption and intimidation of civil society to an increasingly unreceptive government.
On Monday, President Donald Trump outlined budget proposals that would boost military spending while cutting funding to an array of other programs.
HRW’s Washington Director Sarah Margon reacts:
The world is a lot more complicated than can be seen from a Predator drone or an F-35. A budget that slashes State Department and USAID funding, while further expanding the Pentagon, shows Trump is intent on undermining US government agencies that address pressing human rights issues, most of which are not dealt with by military force.
There are also indications that the Trump budget seeks to cut State Department programs, including those that fund independent media, civil society groups, and the rule of law. Doing so would reverse decades of bipartisan consensus that the United States benefits from a world where executive authority is constrained by these essential checks on democracy.
The most significant human rights problems included a politicized and ineffective judiciary; increased restrictions on freedoms of speech, assembly, and association; and the use of violence and imprisonment–both actual and threatened–to intimidate the political opposition and civil society as well as to suppress dissenting voices.
Other human rights problems included continued prisoner abuse, restrictions on press freedom and online expression, failure to grant equal access and fair treatment to asylum seekers, pervasive corruption, and trafficking in persons.
Reuters and other news outlets reported earlier this week that the administration plans to propose to Congress cuts in the budgets for the U.S. State Department and Agency for International Development by about one third.
“We are going to propose to reduce foreign aid and we are going to propose to spend that money here,” White House Office of Management Budget director Mick Mulvaney told Fox News on Saturday, adding the proposed cuts would include “fairly dramatic reductions in foreign aid.”
The United States spends just over $50 billion annually on the State Department and USAID, compared with $600 billion or more each year on the Pentagon.
Press Statement Rex W. Tillerson Secretary of State Washington, DC March 1, 2017
As the President laid out in his address to Congress, the State Department will continue to engage to advance U.S. interests in the world in cooperation with our partners and allies. We will also continue to support policies and institutions that keep Americans safe, including a robust NATO where Allies meet their responsibilities, an immigration process that vets those coming into our country, and borders/ports of entry that are secure. We will work with allies to counter nations that threaten their neighbors or destabilize their regions. American foreign policy must promote our core values of freedom, democracy, and stability.
05 Mar 2017
លទ្ធិប្រជាធិបតេយ្យរង “ការវាយសំពងផ្ដាច់ព្រ័ត្រ” ពេលបក្សកាន់អំណាចអនុម័តវិសោធនកម្ម
25 Feb 2017
Le TPP est mort !
Mais le véritable enjeu d’un traité qui, dès le départ, a laissé Pékin sur la touche, est diplomatique. Le Partenariat transpacifique était au cœur de la stratégie du « pivot » vers l’Asie défendue par M. Obama. Avec l’ambition assumée de contrebalancer l’influence grandissante de la Chine.
Ci-dessous la déclaration de J. McCain
Jan 23 2017
Washington, D.C. – U.S. Senator John McCain (R-AZ), Chairman of the Senate Armed Services Committee, released the following statement today on President Trump’s decision to withdraw from the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP):
“President Trump’s decision to formally withdraw from the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) is a serious mistake that will have lasting consequences for America’s economy and our strategic position in the Asia-Pacific region.
“This decision will forfeit the opportunity to promote American exports, reduce trade barriers, open new markets, and protect American invention and innovation. It will create an opening for China to rewrite the economic rules of the road at the expense of American workers. And it will send a troubling signal of American disengagement in the Asia-Pacific region at a time we can least afford it.
“Abandoning TPP is the wrong decision. Moving forward, it is imperative that America advances a positive trade agenda in the Asia-Pacific that will keep American workers and companies competitive in one of the most economically vibrant and fastest-growing regions in the world.”
25 Jan 2017
Selon Transparency International
Gare à vous qui dites le contraire !
Parce ce que je suis la Police et
mon copain vous juge !
cela relève plutôt de la kleptocratie !
10 Jan 2017
The options for Thais are not appealing. To vote yes would enshrine an undemocratic constitution and might lead to years of authoritarian rule. To vote no, defeating the charter, could leave the junta in place longer and might lead to a new constitution that is even less promising. Either way, the West must regard this vote for what it is, a Potemkin exercise staged by modern authoritarians, not the genuine process of change that Thailand sorely needs.
07 Aug 2016
#cambodge #thailande #malaisie : Sommet #usa – #asean : L’art de jongler avec la démocratie et avec 3 dictateurs
EDITO de The Washington Post
06 Feb 2016