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· October, 2010

Stories about International Relations from October, 2010

Armenia: Nationalist backlash against Azerbaijan film festival

Pakistan: Who’s perception is this?

Iran:Palin, Crowley in Twitter Duel

CEE: IKEA

China: Debate on Rare Earths Export

With the rise of nationalistic sentiment in China, a majority of mainland Chinese support the government's policy in restricting the export of rare earths to Japan and other western countries.

Iran:First talking clip of Reza Shah found after 76 years

China and the U.S: Fuss about rare earth

China’s image in posters

US: Stop Meddling with Palestinian Online Conversations

Egypt: Why Does Saudi Arabia Need So Many Helicopters?

Serbia: Netizens Discuss a U.S. Fighter Pilot's Suicide

The tragic death of American fighter pilot Lt. Col. Harold F. "Hootch" Meyers, who committed a suicide at his home in Santa Barbara on Sept. 12, echoed in the Serbian...

Haiti: Upcoming Elections

Haiti: MINUSTAH

China: Rare earth

Armenia-Azerbaijan: Online campaigns for the return of casualties of war

Georgia: Teach and Learn English

Armenia: Prolific blogger suspended on LiveJournal

China: Looking at Xi Jinping, possible future ruler

As with all of China's top leaders, little is known or allowed to be known about the country's likely next ruler, Xi Jinping, despite a curious public. The man has...

A journey through the unheard voices of Haiti’s reconstruction

Solidar'IT in Haiti is a journey through the unheard voices of Haiti’s reconstruction, organized as a web-documentary in progress.

Haze envelops Singapore

Haze in Singapore and south Malaysia! They blame it on the burning of trees in Sumatra, Indonesia where farmers are preparing for the crop planting season. Residents are coughing and...

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