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· April, 2007

Stories about International Relations from April, 2007

Bangladesh: Water Bully

Japan: Media has its eyes wide shut

Japan: Interview with Sankei Shimbun Editor about Comfort Women Issue

Iraq: Why are the Democrats Doing This?

Israeli-Egyptian Bloggers Meet

Ukraine: Politics Roundup

Moldova: Coverage of Transdniestria

Estonia: “A Russian Rebellion”

As Tallinn seems to have entered the second night of rioting over the removal of a Soviet war memorial, here's a blogger's recap (with photos, RUS, by LJ user mrprophet)...

Nepal: The Diplomatic Act

Iraq: Al Maliki Snubbed by Saudi Arabia

Armenia: British Election Scandal

Korean bloggers on Virgina Tech shooter Cho Seung-hui

Since the Virginia Tech massacre on April 16, 2007, it’s not hard to guess that the South Korea-born shooter, Cho Seung-hui, and what he did are among the hottest issues...

Pakistan: Roadmap to Peace

Russia: Kasparov's Foreign Funding

African Journalists on Franco-African Relations

Syrian Independence Day and Elections

Syria celebrated it's independence and Parliamentary elections with a lot of official fanfare, but very little excitement from bloggers as a reported two per cent of the constituents turned up...

China: Olympic Politics and Protests at the Roof of the World

China: IPR is not a Real issue

Japan: Abe apologizes to US media, not Asian people

South Korea: U.S-Korea FTA on Copyright

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