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· May, 2011

Stories about Governance from May, 2011

Caribbean: FIFA Foul

India: New Internet Rules – Unregulated Power To The Government

Nepal: So Rich And Yet So Poor

Thailand: Tourism woes

Russia: State Duma Whistleblower Intern's Case

Abkhazia: Sergei Bagapsh Dies

China: Detained Rights Lawyer Interrogated About Sex Life

After three months in detention, Chinese lawyer Li Tiantian described on Twitter how her interrogators used intimate details of her personal life to harass her. In the past months, more...

Gambia: On Gambia's First President

Nepal: Constituent Assembly Term Extended For Three Months

Azerbaijan: Twitter as a tool for activism

Russia: Moscow Pride 2011

This year's Moscow Gay Pride event ended in clashes almost as soon as it began, at least 18 gay rights activists and 14 of their opponents are reported to have...

Peru: Growing Debate Regarding Genetically Modified Farming

The official signing of Decree 003, which permits the import of genetically modified seeds into the country, continues to generate debate between those in favor of the widespread use of...

El Salvador: Problems After Change in Propane Gas Subsidy

Kuwait: Protest Against the Prime Minister

Kuwaitis protested on Friday calling for Prime Minister Sheikh Nasser Al-Mohammed Al-Sabah to leave the government. Mona Kareem summaries the reactions of Kuwaiti netizens on the continuing Friday of Anger...

Hungary: Corruption On the Rise

Trinidad & Tobago: Politricks?

Brazil: Photos from the “Different People's” Big Barbecue Protest

It is unclear whether the Higienópolis subway station will become a reality after Brazil's barbecue protest, but the issue has stimulated the creativity of web users. In this post, see...

Hong Kong: Scandal on Internet Learning Support Programme (ILSP)

Ukraine: Proposal to Declare Crimean Tatar Deportation “Genocide”

Russia: Peaceful Religious Co-Existence in Tatarstan

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