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· July, 2007

Stories about Elections from July, 2007

Armenia/Azerbaijan: Presidential elections in Nagorno Karabakh

Today's presidential elections in Nagorno Karabakh draw the world's attention to one of the most volatile regions of the former Soviet Union. The conflict over the breakaway and self-declared republic...

Israel: Knesset Trouble

Senegal: Do we elect kings now?

Bahrain: Banned MP

Turkey is Typing…Moving: The Physical and Political

With six days until the parliamentary elections in Turkey, Turkish bloggers this week are avidly watching the news outlets; speculating on the political future of the republic. And while the...

Argentina: Site for Unfiltered Candidate Information

Caribbean: West Indies Cricket Board Elections

Jamaica: Mad Season

Zimbabwe: 2008 election rigging has started

Jamaica: Election Campaign

Albania: Still No President

Jamaica: Election Date Announced

Armenia: Presidential candidate

Trinidad & Tobago: Political Alliance

Albania: Presidential Vote

Czech Rebublic: Looking For a New President

Cuba: Election Fever

France suffers African dictators: Denis Sassou-Nguesso warmly welcomed by Sarkozy

France is famous for getting cozy with the dictators who govern their former colonies, a tradition called Françafrique that newly-elected French president Nicolas Sarkozy appears keen to continue. In March,...

Japan: Responses to the Kyuma A-Bomb Statement

Two weeks ago, then-Defense Minister Kyuma Fumio made a famous statement referring to the U.S. atomic bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki as something that "couldn't be helped". Despite later attempts...

South Korea: Fake stream, fake river, fake island

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