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· February, 2008

Stories about International Relations from February, 2008

Serbia, Kosovo, U.S.: Diaspora Serbs

Russia: Prince Harry and Local “Elite's Offspring”

Serbia, Kosovo: Lack of Trust

Serbia: Window For Slovenian Embassy

Japan: Poisoned Dumpling Blame Game

East Asia: Intangible Cultural Heritage

Ukraine: Tymoshenko's Illness

Russia, U.S.: Hillary's Way of Saying “Medvedev”

Czech Republic: Czech Soldier Blogging From Iraq

Serbia: Where is Facebook's Belgrade?

Russia: Ethnically-Motivated Violence

India: Debate, Obama and Clinton

Nepal: Madhes and India

Iran: Islamist bloggers hail Imad Mughniyeh

Iranian leaders, including the supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, expressed their condolences to Hezbullah's chief Hassan Nasrallah, after the killing of Imad Mughniyeh, one of the militant group's top commanders,...

Cuba: Cardinal Points

Serbia: Ambassadorial Discontent

While some of the foreign embassies were being set on fire in Belgrade in protest to the unilateral proclamation of independence of Kosovo, Serbian embassies in Belgium and Russia were...

Ukraine, Russia: A Gas War, Again

Czech Republic, U.S.: Visa-Free Regime

Kosovo: Implications for Other States

Sri Lanka: Kosovo and After

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