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· November, 2006

Stories about Governance from November, 2006

Malaysia: Violent Demolition

Mongolia: Fake Hijacking

Haiti: Artists to Fight Insecurity?

The Week that Was – Bolivian Blogs

On Tuesday night, the Bolivian Senate suddenly found itself with the needed quorum. Several opposition Senators had refused to meet in protest of several law proposals put forth by the...

Poland: Neo-Nazi Connection

Hungary: ID Cards

The Balkans: Asylum-Seeker; Tito's Portrait

Hong Kong: Discriminating tastes

Japan: fake consultation meetings

Israel: Municipal employees strike

Oman: Freedom of press in Oman

Pakistan, India: Governance in Azad Kashmir

Nepal: Democratic Parties

Voices from Zimbabwe

With the rainy season now underway in Zimbabwe, most of the nation's time and attention is given to pontificating and prognosticating what the agricultural prospects have in store for us....

Armenia: Destruction on a Whim

Russia: “DPNI-Light”

Albania: Flags and Skyscrapers

Lebanon: Minister Pierre Gemayel Assassinated

Lebanon witnessed this week the brutal assassination of its minister of industry and trade. This terrorist act overshadowed all other events and topics in the Lebanese blogosphere. Nevertheless, the posts...

Brunei: Bomb Scare at the Airport

Haiti: Impunity, President Preval and Farah Dessources

On November 15, Farah Dessources, a 20 year old first year University student was kidnapped and killed despite the payment of part of the ransom by her mother. Saturday during...

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