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· August, 2010

Stories about International Relations from August, 2010

Armenia-Azerbaijan: More dialogue through film

With national television in Armenia and Azerbaijan controlled by the authorities or government-linked individuals, there is little opportunity for independent reporting. Now more objective and human interest stories can be...

West Africa: Drug Traffickers and Politico-Military Dictators

The UN assistant representative in Africa against drug trafficking Cyriaque Sobtafo recently stated that west Africa is now the hub for cocaine trafficking. Many countries are affected and the sudden...

Kuwait: Much Ado About Bu Qutada wa Bu Nabeel

Kazakhstan: Does Astana Need Central Asia?

Russia: Interview With RT's Peter Lavelle

Ukraine: Museum of Strategic Rocket Troops

Ukraine: Anthem in 14 Languages

Thailand: Attitude towards migrant workers

Angola: Armament Compared with Brazil and Israel

Moldova: Mock Independence Day Greetings

Russia: Blog Roundup at SiberianLight

MENA: Kuwaiti Cartoons Cause Moroccans Offense

A popular Kuwaiti television programme has upset some Moroccan viewers, who say it depicts Moroccans in a negative light. The cartoon, called Bu Qutada wa Bu Nabeel, portrays Morocco as...

Armenia-Azerbaijan: Unbiased e-media coverage call for projects

East Timor: (Un)Dignified Sculptures of Women in Shangai World Expo 2010

Algeria: Bloggers Denounce the Exclusion of Egypt from the Algiers Book Fair

Following the tensions from a football match in Cairo between the Egyptian and Algerian football teams, Algiers Book Fair (SILA) decided to exclude Egyptian books from the event. The decision...

Russia: “Where's Your Rabbi?”

Northern Cyprus: Rihanna's Concert

India-Bangladesh Relations Is Necessity Driven

Hungary: Foreign Media on Orbán's Government

Azerbaijan: Lilit

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