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· June, 2010

Stories about Governance from June, 2010

Czech Republic: Dr. Milada Horáková's Death 60 Years Ago

Ukraine: Hanna Herman's $60K Wrist Watch

Russia, U.S.: The “Spy Ring” Story

Haiti: Five Months Later

2010 Asia Declaration on Internet Governance

Egypt: The Ministry of Interior Seeks Revenge

Egyptian activists have utilised citizen media to the fullest in exposing police torture and corruption. Marwa Rakha writes about their newest initiative and uncovers the case of an Egyptian activist...

Pakistan: Perils Of Mixing State With Religion

Angola: Once Upon a Time in Roque Santeiro

The development experienced by Luanda holds one of the most frequented commercial spaces in the city. The Roque Santeiro Market, that generates thousands of dollars a day, to account, is...

China: Gamers need not worry over new real name rules

This summer will see the introduction of real name regulations for e-commerce entrepreneurs and online gamers. With a series of past failed attempts in China at implementing similar rules, one...

Lao44 website

Thailand: First country to block 100,000 websites

Russia: New Initiatives Indicate Government's Fear of the New Media

Alexey Sidorenko writes about the Russian government's attempts to control cyberspace - and its apparent fear of the new media.

Russia, US: “Burger Diplomacy”

Ukraine: Gorbachev and Chernobyl

Maldives: Much Ado About Airport Privatization

Pakistan: What Is Blasphemy?

Sri Lanka: Constitutional Reform

Russia: Blogger Finds a Vulnerability in E-Gov Portal

Hungary: Pál Schmitt, a Presidential Nominee

Hungary, Slovakia: “Since the Slovak Elections”

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