The profoundest and most excellent dispositions and orders seem very bad, and every learned militarist
criticizes them with looks oks importance, when they relate to a battle that has been lost, and the very worst dispositions and orders seem very good, and serious people fill whole volumes to demonstrate their merits, when they relate to a battle that has been won.
Fukuda's predecessor Shinzo Abe chose China as the destination of his first official overseas trip in an effort to mend ties with Asian neighboring countries which had been damaged by repeated visits by Abe's predecessor Junichiro Koizumi to Yasukuni Shrine, which China sees as a symbol of Japan's militarist
Because she so dislikes the militarist
right, Rosenberg cannot come to terms with Chile's amazing economic success today.
The poor people are in the losing end here and for sure those who are greedy of the pork barrel are rejoicing, the neoliberal economic managers and militarist
US sympathizers, with the rejection of Ma'am Judy)
Many took those steps as concrete signs of his "real face" -- a hard-liner, an incorrigible militarist
who would not hesitate to go all the way to crush Kurdish dissent en masse.
Adding fuel to the LDP's fire was its incumbent leader, Taro Aso, who, as a foreign minister, frayed the nerves of neighbors with ceaseless slips of the tongue justifying his country's militarist
Kumaratunga favors a negotiated settlement of the three-decade-long conflict between the government and Tamil rebels, while Rajapakse has been taking an increasingly militarist
stance in recent months.
But I hope queers may yet play some part in the demoralization7' of the military, to the very degree they have suffered under the worst kinds of militarist
Tamimi (Institute of Islamic Political Thought, UK) offers this analysis as a corrective, tracing the roots of the organization in Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood, describing the evolution of its ideology and political discourse, looking at its rivalry with the Palestinian Liberation Organization, analyzing its social and charitable activities, and describing the events that gave birth to its more militarist
They maintain that Japanese leaders' visits to the shrine, which honors World War II Class-A war criminals along with the war dead, show Japan does not repent its militarist
The new law was denounced by Asian politicians and academics, and by Japanese groups who see the flag and anthem as symbols of Japan's militarist
Gosden, who had saddled two winners on the first day of the meeting, did so again, as he had taken the opening Wood Ditton Stakes with favourite Militarist
, who beat market rival Harbinger by three-quarters of a length.