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· June, 2011

Stories about Governance from June, 2011

30 June 2011

Peru: Peace Restored in Puno Following Agreements

Through the enforcement of recent statutes put in place by the executive, little by little peace is being restored in the Puno region after recent conflict and social unrest (both...

China: Local government budget, land seizure and social unrest

India: Innocents Being Killed By BSF

29 June 2011

Spain: Hundreds Protest Against the Syrian Regime

Hundreds of people in Madrid, Spain demonstrated in support of the Syrian people. They demanded the expulsion of the Syrian ambassador in Spain, and that the Spanish government sanction the...

Iran: Solidarity with Hunger Striking Prisoners

Protests were organized in at least 25 cities around the world on Saturday June 25, 2011, to show solidarity with the approximately 18 political prisoners who are on hunger strike...

Russia: Propagandist Videos Against Alexey Navalny Flood RuNet

Guinea: “Democracy, Backwards”

28 June 2011

Armenia: Animal Activists Demand End to Stray Dog Killings

In the last few days animal activists are making unprecedented use of social media in the South Caucasus by demanding that the inhumane killing of stray dogs end by flooding...

Ecuador's Growing Problem with Organized Crime

Azerbaijan: Photojournalist detained, deported

Cuba: Methodist Pastor Replaced

Bermuda: Fiscal Mismanagement

North Korea's Fragility in the Face of the Rainy Season

Turkmenistan: The Tower of Media and Totalitarianism

South Korea: Typhoon Opening Doors to Nature's Revenge

A typhoon hit South Korea on June 25 and 26, bringing heavy downpours and gusts and signalling the start of the rainy season. At least nine people were killed and...

China: Canadian expat's reaction to the real-name registration for train ticket

Dominican Republic: The Ubiquity of Violence

Puerto Rico: Fortuño Campaign vs. Al Jazeera Documentary

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