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· March, 2008

Stories about Ethnicity & Race from March, 2008

25 March 2008

Ukraine: “Imported Ideology” and Hate Crime

March Madness in Kuwait

Just as there is March Madness in the US, the phenomena seems to have spread to Kuwait - not for basketball but elections. Abdullatif Al Omar brings us the Kuwaiti...

Taiwan: Racial Commercials Everywhere

On Taiwan's TV screens there is a commercial about drawing lots of cars. In this commercial, a woman with south-east Asia look is driving a car, and the subtitle says:”How...

Europe: Recognition of Kosovo

Serbia, Kosovo: Milorad Cavic's Protest

The Balkans: John McCain

Bosnia & Herzegovina: “Graffiti Street”

24 March 2008

Bosnia & Herzegovina: Sarajevo War Memorial

Latvia: Musings on Ethnic Homogeny

China and Tibet: Statement from Intellectuals

Jamaica: Beauty and Race

Jamaica, Trinidad & Tobago, USA: Obama's Vision

China: Bloggers declare war on Western media's Tibet coverage

Once the news of Tibetans slicing children's ears off and burning people alive sunk in, Chinese netizens worldwide seized onto initial misreported details from the situation in Tibet and don't...

23 March 2008

Russia: Two Dagestani Journalists Killed

Ilyas Shurpaev, a Dagestani TV journalist who worked for a state-owned federal channel, was found dead Friday in Moscow. Later that day, Gadzhi Abashilov, director of Dagestan's state-owned broadcasting company,...

21 March 2008

Egypt: A Lebanese in Egypt – From Occupation to Liberation

One day, she felt humiliated, and the next, liberated. This is the story of Layal El Katib, a Lebanese Blogger who lived in Egypt for a while, brought to us...

Cuba, USA: Obama's Speech

Bermuda: Race Therapy

China: Civilians in violence and conflict

Thugs vs. Peacekeepers or Fighters vs. oppressors; Mob vs. Protectors or Martyrs vs. killers? Before I could judge, please allow me to present some recounts of the Tibet unrest from...