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· September, 2009

Stories about Governance from September, 2009

Serbia: The Death of a French Football Fan

Brice Taton, a 28-year-old French citizen and a fan of the Toulouse football team, was brutally beaten by fans of the Partizan football team in downtown Belgrade on Sept. 17,...

USA: Immigrant Students in National Day of Action

The National Dream Act Day of Action was initiated by the United We DREAM Coalition and was supported by dozens of organizations across university campuses in the USA last week.

Trinidad & Tobago: Digging a Hole

Pakistan: Who Is Running The Country?

China: When will the sunshine come?

Chinese officials will soon be required to report all their assets as part of an anti-corruption "Sunshine Act" of the Communist Party. But resistance so far has been significant, leading...

Poland: Sexual Crimes and Roman Polanski

Czech Republic: Temelín Nuclear Power Plant

Madagascar Delegation Barred from UN General Assembly Stage

In an attempt to legitimize the military-backed government, Madagascar's acting leader was scheduled to speak at the UN General Assembly on Thursday, only to be barred. Malagasy bloggers and twitterers...

Bangladesh: Law And Order Situation

China: Censorship arms race escalates

Trinidad & Tobago: The Price of Progress is High

India: The State Of Democracy

Maldives: Renewing Ties With Israel

Russia: “Promoting State Interests” Online

Lithuania, Latvia: Capitals of Culture

Hungary: Pro-Nightlife Rally; Art Station

Hungary: Political Talk Show Taken Off Air

Tunisia: Severe Flooding Kills 15

Flash floods hit Tunisia this week, killing at least 15 people and damaging property in the town of Redeyef in southern Tunisia. Bloggers declare two day of mourning and speak...

Sri Lanka: Suppression Of Media Freedom

Iran: Artists and Green Movement

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