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· April, 2009

Stories about International Relations from April, 2009

Caribbean: Funding the Fight against HIV

China: The Beijing Consensus

Malaysia: Humans as Commodities

In early 2009, Malaysia had the dubious privilege of being investigated by the US senate for the trafficking of humans. News reports stated that the migrants involved were mostly from...

Kazakhstan: Expansion of the Uranium Industry

Georgia: Alternative Eurovision

Syria: Reactions to the Hariri Tribunal

The UN's Special Tribunal for Lebanon today ordered the release of all four suspects in the assassination of former Lebanese Prime Minister Rafiq Hariri on February 14th, 2005, in Beirut....

The Conflict In Sri Lanka And The Indian Elections

Taiwan: Participating in the World Health Assembly

Bubisher: A Bus of Books for Children in Western Sahara

Do you want to go to the Sahara desert and read for children living in the refugee camps? Bubisher is a mobile library being driven across Western Sahara refugee camps....

Armenia: Shooting the Messenger

Hungary, Bolivia: Eduardo Rózsa-Flores

Nepal: Politics of Energy

Armenia: Joke of the Day

Bermuda, Turks & Caicos: Better Representation

Central & Eastern Europe: Racism Roundup

Ukraine, Russia: Tymoshenko-Pugacheva Duet

Czech Republic: Blog Roundup

Russia, Ukraine: Swine Flu Prevention

Palestine: Reading Anna in the Middle East

Israel: No Swine Flu

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