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· July, 2011

Stories about International Relations from July, 2011

Poland: Smolensk Report Blames Both Polish and Russian Sides

On July 29, Poland presented its final report on the 2010 Smolensk plane crash, in which 96 people died, including the then president of Poland Lech Kaczynski. While putting the...

Vietnam: Resolving the dispute over Spratly Islands

Russia: US Support of Opposition?

U.S.A., Japan: The US Declares War On The Japanese Mafia

Russia-USA: Pest and Cholera of Russia Policies

Poland-Russia: Passing Out Blame for Kaczynski Plane Crash

Slovenia: New Twists in Arms Bribery Affaire

Russia-USA: 20 Years Since START I

South Korea: Controversies on the Return of Korean Royal Books

Koreans celebrated in May 2011 the return of a collection of Korean Royal books, looted by French troops in 1866. As it was later found out that the return was...

Kenya: Facebook Should Unfriend John Mwau

A Kenyan blogger, Daudi Were, has raised an interesting question about whether the U.S. government will be willing to enforce the Kingpin Act against Facebook for apparently doing business with...

South Korea: 35 Million Users’ Information Leaked in Cyber Attack

Bulgaria-Russia: Refinery Shutdown Causes Oil Crisis

Lebanon: Maritime Dispute with Israel Escalates

Hezballah leader Hassan Nasrallah has exclaimed that God had given Lebanon an opportunity to rid itself of a crippling debt, and become a "rich country" by providing it lucrative offshore...

Hungary: International Critique Against New Constitution

The Balkans: Trials of Ratko Mladić and Goran Hadžić

Armenia: Nationalist links alleged after Utøya attacks

Belarus: Schengen Visa=Guilty

Belarus: Overview of Political and Economic Situation

Argentina's Chinese-Argentines

Belarus: East and West and Nothing in Between?

"East is East and West is West, and never the twain shall meet." This chronically misused Kipling phrase seems to catch the realities for an increasing number of Belarusians, who,...

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