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· January, 2009

Stories about International Relations from January, 2009

Ukraine: Yushchenko vs Tymoshenko

Russia: Putin in Davos

Georgia: Armenian Activists Detained

Russia, Poland: Robert Amsterdam's Interview

Czech Republic: Jobless Foreign Laborers

Egypt: Hijacked ship will be blown up

A few weeks after confirming the hijacking of an Egyptian ship by pirates of Somalia, Zeinobia reminds us again with the current status. On one hand, according to the crew's...

India: Blogger silenced

Chyetanya Kunte is an Indian blogger living in the Netherlands. On 27th of November, 2008 during the terror attacks in Mumbai he wrote a blog post (now available through Google...

Rohingya Muslims facing cultural genocide

Cuba: Hope and Change

MENA: Reflections on Obama's Al Arabiya Interview

It came as a surprise to many people that US President Barack Obama gave his first formal interview as president to an Arab television channel. Some were optimistic with Obama's...

China: Sino-French Ties in 2009

Tajikistan: Terrible Tajik-Uzbek relations

Afghanistan: Bagram Prison and Obama’s Gitmo Policy Change

Russia: Putin's Response to Dell

Ukraine: KGB Archive

Georgia: Glukhov's Case; U.S.-Based “Georgian Chalabis”

Moldova: A “Stable” Economy

Europe: The “Two Cows” Jokes

Russia, Georgia: Glukhov's Unit in Tskhinvali Since June 2008?

Czech Republic: European Artists Strike Back (at Entropa)

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