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· October, 2007

Stories about Governance from October, 2007

Touring Libyan Blogs: October 26 -The Black Day and the Security Council

Why is October 26 called "Day of Mourning" or "Black Day" in Libya and how is it commemorated? Libyan bloggers tell us more about the occasion in this post by...

China: Rules of Olympic engagement

Leading Hong Kong Democrat Martin Lee calls for increased dialogue on China's human rights record as the Olympics approach and gets labeled a traitor, quite possibly due mainly to a...

Armenia: Bad News Day

Armenia: Doing Business

Turkmenistan: Independence day

Iran:Dr.Sohrab Razaghi,human rights activist arrested

Armenia: Former President Makes Political Comeback

In what can be considered one of the most important political developments in the short 16-year history of Armenia as an independent former-Soviet republic, the country's first president, Levon Ter...

Russia: Bloggers On George W. Bush and “Russian DNA”

The U.S. president's recent comments about "Russian DNA" did not cause as much of an uproar as did race comments by James Watson, a co-discoverer of the structure of DNA...

Iran:”Nuclear Bomb and Blackmail”

The Balkans: The Language Issue

Albania: Real Estate

Poland: Civic Platform's Prospects

Serbia: Milosevic's Propaganda

Barbados, Dominica: Journalist Sued

Anguilla, Cayman Islands: Environmental Value

China: Official excess met with humor, scorn, death threats

Bloggers for some reason kept mostly or dead quiet about the 17th Party Congress while it was being held during the third week of this month, and now that it's...

Paraguay: The Properties of the Itaipú Director

Puerto Rico: Solutions to Problems

Iran:Free Baghi,human rights activist

Iran: A cartoon about oil and Ahmadinejad

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