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· April, 2010

Stories about Governance from April, 2010

Iran: Hard-line blogs got filtered

Iran: Opposition leader issues message for workers

Is Ghana’s first-ever Policy Fair a smart move?

On April 19, 2010, Ghana’s Ministry of Information launched a Facebook page dubbed “Ghana Policy Fair 2010,” an event that was slated to begin on April 27th through May 1st....

Trinidad & Tobago: Election Issues

Bermuda: Campaign Finance

Iran: A ‘Green’ Labor Day (At Least Online)

The Iranian Green Movement is planning to make International Workers Day on May 1 a “green” day. The post-election opposition movement has not held any important demonstration since their last...

China: The un-natural death in the Chinese detention center

Bangladesh: Media In Despair

Russia: The 2009 Killing of Umar Israilov

Hungary: Political and Economic News

Russia: More Commentary on Sex Video Scandal

East Timor: Connecting Civil Society

Providing internet access to civil society has been a key priority of the few information and communication technology (ICT) initiatives that exist in East Timor so far.

Thailand: Online censorship amid protests

As Red Shirt protesters in Thailand continue to press their demand for the resignation of the Prime Minister, the government is also doing everything to weaken the protests, including the...

East Timor: Resignation through SMS

Ukraine: Chaotic Ratification of the Gas-for-Fleet Deal

Below is some of the Anglophone blog commentary on the ratification of the Ukrainian-Russian gas-for-fleet deal, which took place in a chaotic environment on April 27 in Kyiv. Among other...

Bahamas: Free Markets & the Environment

Bermuda: Lack of Governance

Pakistan: Ashamed Of National Dress?

India, Pakistan: Please Discuss

India: Drinking Water Problem In Uttar Pradesh

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