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· June, 2009

Stories about Governance from June, 2009

27 June 2009

Iranian officials ‘crowd-source’ protester identities

Iranian protesters appearing in widely disseminated online photos from the ongoing post-election demonstrations in Iran, are now being targeted on website of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps. It shows images...

Iran: “Protest Movement” Tribute Michael Jackson

26 June 2009

Russia: Letter to Khodorkovsky

Bosnia & Herzegovina: Croats

Soviet History: Punk Under Totalitarian Rule

Dominica: Campaign Financing

Jamaica, Barbados: Updates on H1N1

Iran:Joan Baez sings for the Iranian people

China's youngest mayor questioned

An interesting battle over the youngest mayor in China is going on the internet. Netizens tried their best to find out evidence of illegitimacy of the mayor's rocketing promotion but...

Iran: “Police” breaking car windows

Angola: New highway code in action

Discussions around the changes brought by the new Angolan highway code have been taking place on the blogosphere and divided society. On one hand, the new code is seen as...

Iran:”Iranian Right wing media on Neda”

Iran:No word on arrested bloggers

China: China's censorship blowback

25 June 2009

Bangladesh: In Solidarity For Freedom In Iran

Macedonia: Real Life Facebook Event

Iran: Green Baloons

Colombia: Living with Flooding in Barranquilla

Barranquilla in Colombia is the most important coastal city with a distinct characteristic: no rainwater drainage systems, so whenever it rains, the whole city floods with dangerous fast running rivers...

Cuba: Unanswered Questions

Iran: Art for protest's sake

Bloggers and citizen artists online have been creating designs and cartoons to add a touch of art to the insistent Iranian protest movement that has risen in response the June...

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