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· December, 2006

Stories about International Relations from December, 2006

Russia, Belarus: “Gazilla”

There's a distinct sense of deja vu this New Year's Eve: Gazprom, Russia's largest (and state-controlled) company and the world's biggest extractor of natural gas, is in the spotlight again,...

Russia: More On Litvinenko's Death

The Balkans: EU Enlargement

The Balkans: Main 2006 Stories

Dominica: Respect the Caribbean consumer

Somalia/Ethiopia: Ethiopia's invasion a good idea?

Barbados: Caribbean integration

Iran:Meeting with Hanieh

Latin America: “The year that was supposed to be awful”

Serbia, USA: What Serbs Think About America

In his blog post called “America is shaking”, Neven Andjelic shares his opinion on the United States (SRP): This big country is shaking. A number of events have caused the...

Latvia: Ahistorical View of History

Belarus, Russia: Gas Problems

Bulgaria, Libya: Tripoli Six Death Sentence

Lebanon: Foreign Intervention and Economics

The Lebanese bloggers are united this week in wishing their readers all the best during Christmas, Al Adha and the New Year. Some of these bloggers have taken up the...

Barbados: Condoning human rights abuses

Ukraine, Poland: Traffic Jam

Russia: “No Bears, Only Beauties” in St. Pete

Croatia: War Crimes

Haiti, US: President Bush Signs HOPE law

Bloggers on the new US Congress and the US policy on Cuba

Not much has been said in the blogosphere about how the results of the recent mid-term elections in the United States, which put the Democrats in control of Congress back...

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