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· March, 2007

Stories about Governance from March, 2007

30 March 2007

Russia: Photos of Grozny

Earlier this week, I linked to LJ user kunstkamera‘s photos from Grozny, Chechnya. (Warning: bandwidth intensive.) Below are some of the comments and kunstkamera‘s own remarks, translated from Russian. gematogen:...

India: Reservations, Law, Bollywood and Peanuts

So far this month the major topic of discussion in virtual India was the world cup cricket match in the West Indies. Now that India was unceremoniously bowled out of...

Ukraine, Belarus: Chernobyl

Anguilla: Constitutional Reform

China: Nation's first citizen reporter?

Meet Zola Zhou, independent citizen reporter, blogging live from the nailhouse. But is Zola really China's first citizen reporter? Big-name bloggers like Herock, Doubleleaf and Zhan Bin say he is....

Venezuela: Renovating Soccer Stadiums

Venezuela: Constitutional Battle Over Chavez's Reelection

Mexico: Protests Against New Retirement Age

Honduras: Easter Week Traveling

29 March 2007

Nepal: On Monarchy and Monarchs

Pakistan: A harsh look

India, Bangladesh: Lessons from Nandigram

Russia: Beggars and More

Ukraine: Mad Max

Ukraine, FSU: Stalin

Bangladesh: Development Against All Odds

Bangladesh is one of the most densely populated countries in the world. Bideshi Blond provides the relevant statistics proving the claim. Being a developing country with limited resources it is...

28 March 2007

Iran: Connecting the Medical World and Norouz Inspires Reflection

Iranian bloggers provide information, share their opinions, and discuss various issues with their photography, illustrations, and text. But that's not all. Occasionally, they launch plans to make the world a...

Sri Lanka: Women and Work

Pakistan: Dangerous Construction

Arabisc: In Keeping with Fashion, Algerian Blogger Sued

An Algerian official has today filed a case against blogger Abdulsalam Baroudi, accusing him of libel for an article he posted on his blog. This will be the first time...

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