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· September, 2007

Stories about Governance from September, 2007

Ukraine: “Who's Who in Political Advertising”

Iran: Ahmadinejad's Speech at Columbia University

Iranian President,Mahmoud Ahmadineajd’s speech at Columbia University in New York and university president Lee C. Bollinger’s criticism and tough words during his introduction remarks on Monday 24 September have become...

Sri Lanka: Failed States and Colonialism

Bahrain: Corruption Index

Ghana: Did God save the Akosombo Dam?

We start off this week’s review with Ghana’s electricity crisis, which started in August 2006, but has seen a considerable improvement almost a year later. Could it be because priests...

Honduras: Corruption Perceptions

Philippines: Corruption scandal reaches the presidential palace

A $330 million national broadband network deal between the Philippine government and ZTE firm from China. Critics describe the contract as overpriced, unnecessary and disadvantageous to the Philippines. Tales of...

Iraq: Seventeen Ministries without Ministers

Moldova: Transnistria 2

Ukraine: For Sale on eBay

Ukraine: Political Mess

Ukraine: Unresolved Cases

India: Elasticities of Corruption

Trinidad & Tobago: Oil Spill

Bahrain: Top Notch Intelligence

Ukraine: Agrarian Marketing Project

Russia: Nashi

Venezuela: Personal Constitutional Reforms

Africa: Ibrahim Index of African Governance

Extra Extra's reaction to the Ibrahim Index of African Governance: “I’m afraid did not fall out of my chair when I saw that the Democratic Republic of Congo is ranked...

China: Government Subsidy

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