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· January, 2007

Stories about Governance from January, 2007

Madagascar: Ministers in the New Government

CAFTA and WiMax in Costa Rica

Three articles stand out this week: The first describes events that are a glimpse of what we will see once the CAFTA discussions begin, the second denounces the newspapers for...

Trinidad & Tobago: A nation unravels

Russia: Amber

Poland: Politics

Poland: Sex Scandal and Cronyism

Poland: LOT Airline

Kurdistance: The Kirkuk Referendum

While the Kirkuk Referendum isn't expected to take place until December 2007, it is creating waves within Kurdistan, Iraq and their neighbors. Why the flurry of activity now? The Iraq...

Iranian Bloggers Talk About Their Prison Experience

Many people for political reasons have been sent to prison in Iran. A few of those former prisoners shared their stories in books, through painting or in their blogs. Some...

Tanzania: snoozing thinkers

Nepal: Madhesh Is Burning

Madhesh is the southern plains of Nepal where half of the country lives. Madhesi are the people of Nepal, roughly half of the country. The Madhesi have been discriminated against...

Tajikistan: Protest Against Judiciary

Afghanistan: Aid & Corruption

Russia: On Economy

Morocco: Too Many Policemen at Airport

Czech Rebublic: New Arms Race?

Sri Lanka: Life down South

Malaysia: We Are Not Liars

Maldives struggles with Chikungunya

Chikungunya, a viral fever accompanied with joint pains, is spreading throughout the Maldives. The disease was first noticed in the country in late 2006 and so far it has not...

China: civilized web

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