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· January, 2010

Stories about Governance from January, 2010

31 January 2010

Ukraine: UK Ambassador's Ukrainian Vocabulary

Belarus: LGBT Issues

Iran: Two Bloggers in Danger of Death

Two Iranian bloggers, who are also human rights defendants, are behind bars under serious charges. Mehrdad Rahimi and Kouhyar Goudarzi have been accused of wanting to wage “a war against...

Global Voices in Haiti: Talking to Volunteer Régine Zamor

Alice Backer, on assignment for Global Voices in Port-au-Prince, interviews Régine Zamor, a Haitian-American who travelled to Haiti after the 12 January earthquake and has helped dozens of people as...

Tajikistan: Power Plant as a National Idea

Afghanistan: Fresh Data Sources

Kazakhstan: Glutting the Wheat Industry

Kyrgyzstan: Sheeps to receive passports

30 January 2010

Iran: A cleric blogger was arrested

Global Voices in Haiti: On Reconstruction

With scattered clean-up efforts under way in Haiti, debates have begun about how best to rebuild houses and other structures destroyed in the 12 January earthquake. Georgia Popplewell reports from...

Haiti: Bloggers’ Reactions to Regional Interventions

For more than two weeks, the governance of Haiti after the earthquake has been seriously questioned by Haitian bloggers. They are now discussing the reactions in the neighboring countries and...

Pakistan: Depleting Water Resources

Ukraine: Involvement in Afghanistan

Ukraine: “Bring Your Skates”

Serbia: “No” to NATO

29 January 2010

Russia: CJR Piece on the Media

Azerbaijan: Democracy is…

Iran: Green Tune to Support Protest Movement

A ring tone for a song which motivated young Iranians to go to the front and fight during the Iran-Iraq war of the 1980s is making the rounds again in...

Haiti: The Politics of Recovery

The last thing that Haiti needs as it faces the monumental task of recovering from the earthquake that devastated Port-au-Prince and its environs on January 12 is a lack of...

Eritrea: Remove current regime quickly

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