October 10, 2012

Foreign interference for global security, political and human rights development became very sophisticated matter to delivery very trouble region of West Papua. 

A little foreign government reaction on massive escalation of extra judicial murder and custody was remarked since many state members reminded Indonesian government to uphold human rights law for West Papuan during Human Rights Council meeting on last May.

Currently after international warning to Indonesia, on 14 of June extra judicial murder of West Papuan independence leader of Mako Tabuni was involved global anti terrorists unit or 88 detachments heavily funded by Australia and USA. 

This incident became public critics to the government of Australia, foreign minister promised to send a special representation, but more importantly is encouraging Indonesia for foreign journalist, activists, and diplomat freely access into conflict region. 

While US government has been pushing Indonesia to open dialogue agenda and effective implementation of special autonomy status, and other donator countries for 88 detachment unit clearly have no reaction. Foreign government need to intervene on that incident, not only remains Indonesia but also further action in resolving the root of political dispute in the country. 

This matter should be discussed in the public debate session at UN General Assembly on 25 September- 1 October based on their main theme is judgment and settlement international disputes; by peaceful means.  

By Amatus Douw --Peace Palace Library

October 7, 2012

By BEN FELLER and STEVE PEOPLES, Associated Press

LOS ANGELES (AP) — On a last dash for cash in the celebrity scene of California, President Barack Obama on Sunday took a good-natured shot as his own underwhelming debate performance, marveling at how his friends in the entertainment business could turn in flawless showings every time.

"I can't always say the same," Obama told thousands of supporters, who got the joke right away. It was Obama's most direct acknowledgment that his Republican rival, Mitt Romney, thoroughly won their debate Wednesday as a tight race rolled into its last month.

As Romney readied for a major foreign policy speech, Obama spoke at the start of two-day fundraising swing through California, his final one out West, and one that was expected to raise several million dollars for advertising efforts to the finish.



B. Obama
WASHINGTON -- With elections just a month away, U.S. President Barack Obama's re-election campaign celebrated a much-needed injection of energy Friday from a drop in the jobless rate. 

Republican rival Mitt Romney immediately pounced on the report from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, which said the jobless rate had fallen to 7.8 percent — the lowest rate since January 2009, the month Obama took office.

“This is not what a real recovery looks like,” Romney said, charging that the figure hid the millions of people who have given up looking for work.

While candidates can argue endlessly over the interpretation of statistics, one thing remains true: The 12.1 million people still registered as out of work are a heavy weight on voters' minds as they go to the polls Nov. 6.
 
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