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· November, 2008

Stories about Elections from November, 2008

Romania: A Quick Primer on Nov. 30 Election

Central Europe: Relations With the U.S.

Nicaragua: Post-Election Violence and Accusations of Fraud

After the municipal elections on November 9 in Nicaragua, there were conflicting claims of victory by the ruling Sandinista National Liberation Front (FSLN) led by President Daniel Ortega and the...

Sudan: Darfur and the Orphans of Mygoma

Sudanese bloggers on illegitimate children, Obama's victory, and the Muslim and Arab hypocrisy in regards to the Darfur conflict.

Indonesia: Elections and used car markets

Bangladesh: Opinion Poll

Cuba: To Choose

Haiti, U.S.A.: Changing Times

Lithuania: Flaws of foreign media election coverage

Venezuela: Following the Local Elections Online

Today Venezuela is taking part in elections for mayors and governors., which will paint the political map between States and Municipalities aligned with President Hugo Chávez or not. Venezuelan bloggers...

Bangladesh: Hajj pilgrims vote issue

Brazil: Attempts to censor a documentary about censorship

Gagged in Brazil, a documentary about the relationship between politics, media and censorship in Brazil was taken off the Current TV networks after a political party's complaint. After a full...

Morocco: Hate Crimes on the Rise in the US Following Obama's Election

Egypt on Fire: The Gloves and The Invisible Hand

On Thursday November 6th when Egyptians were celebrating Obama's Victory, Al Ghad Party went up in flames. You can read about the initial blogosphere reactions here and here. Today I...

Bangladesh: Change is in the offing

Barbados, Cuba, U.S.A.: Obama's AG

Bermuda: No Obama

Iran: A multi millionaire becomes Interior Minister

Czech Republic: Anniversary of Peaceful Revolution

Serbia: Does Barack Obama Mean Hospitality for the World?

Ljubisa Bojic reviews what Serbian bloggers think of Barack Obama's chances of changing the U.S. policy towards Serbia.

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