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· February, 2007

Stories about Governance from February, 2007

Peru: A Minister's Departure & War with Chile?

Slovenia: The Erased

Poland: McDonald's Sales; Rospuda Bypass

Iran:Economic illusions of Iranian Goverment

Bangladesh: Pseudo Innovation in Dhaka

Myanmar: A Glimpse of the New Capital City

Honduras: Operation Scissors

Uzbekistan: Plight of the Merchants

Poland: On “The Lives of Others”

Albania: Post-Election Situation

Senegal: Thumbs Down for the Minister of Justice

China: Government study tours questioned

Somewhat related to this recent post, Sichuan province Writer's Association member and Strong China blogger Li Hongzhi looks at a recent decision from the organizational department of the provincial Communist...

Senegal: Voting Process Report Card

Tunisia, France: How To Wash the Dirty Laundry At Home

Saudi Arabia: Government Cracking Down on Bloggers, New Saudi Ambassador to US, and More

A Press frenzy over Saudi school curriculums, a govermental campaign targeting a number of male Saudi bloggers, Anna Nicole Smith, Kareem Amer, forced divorces, a new government program to fight...

Poland: “Tree Huggers Versus Cross Huggers”

Latvia: Alexei Ledyaev

Russia: Nashi “Hunt the Dollar” in Kaliningrad

Russia: Post-Putin Future Discussed

Senegal Elections: Towards Another Wade Term?

“Senegal Wants Its Freedom Back” headline. By R-Nesto. Yesterday was election day in Senegal. A campaign marked by some violent clashes started about a month ago and most of the...

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