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Terrorism in South East Asia & Rohingya persecution: Prof. Bilveer Singh, Singapore University

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Published on Sep 19, 2015

Japan's historic vote means fighting US wars
Terrorism in South-East Asia
Prof. Bilveer Singh, Singapore University
BCfm ThisWeek.org.uk Friday 18th Sept 2015

Historic: during this broadcast the Japanese parliament votes to use armed forces outside Japan for first time since World War Two and Professor Bilveer Singh [Political Science Dept. Singapore University]: Interview with Professor Bilveer Singh [Institute for Defence Studies and Analyses, India] – he discusses terrorism and repression in SE Asia: the Rohingya – Buddhists and Muslims in Myanamar/Burma; The original 'Rohingya Mujahadin'; Nazi/Japanese gold and war crime trials in Manilla.
http://www.radio4all.net/index.php/pr...
Bilveer Singh is an Adjunct Senior Fellow at the Centre of Excellence for National Security (CENS) at the S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies (RSIS) and Associate Professor at the Department of Political Science, National University of Singapore. He was Acting Head, CENS from January to December 2010. He graduated with Masters and PhD in International Relations from the Australian National University. His current research interests include studying regional security issues focusing on the rise and the management of Islamist terrorism in Southeast Asia, security issues in Indonesia, especially the challenge of separatism in Papua, the role of great powers in Southeast Asia, especially China and India, as well as the domestic and foreign policies of Singapore. He has published widely, his latest work being on the Rohingyas in Myanmar. Currently, Bilveer is the President of the Political Science Association of Singapore.
https://www.rsis.edu.sg/profile/bilve...

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