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· December, 2011

Stories about International Relations from December, 2011

Online Highlights from the Portuguese-Speaking World in 2011

2011 has been another year in which bloggers and activists from a number of Portuguese-speaking countries have come together to report, translate and promote blogs and citizen media from all...

Russia: AIDS Epidemic – “Shame Russia Shame”

International organizations are taking notice of Russia's AIDS epidemic and the hurdles the country faces in combating it. Recent international attention has been directed toward Russia's healthcare system, the stigma...

Nepal:No Place for Xenophobia

Iran:Blocking the Strait of Hormuz

Macedonia, Greece, Turkey: Bridging the Divides Through Multilingual Reporting

Bethlehem: Armenian and Greek Clergy Clash at Christmas

Armenian and Greek priests have once again clashed, but this time at the Church of Nativity in Bethlehem, much to the astonishment and amusement of social media users worldwide.

Bermuda: rethinking ties with Britain?

Algeria: What Independence means

North Korean State Websites Started Praising the Heir after Kim's Death

Pakistan: An Uneasy Alliance

Hungary: Presidents in Correspondence, Journalist in Blind Copy

Attila Mong, a Hungarian journalist, has obtained and published on his blog the letter sent by José Manuel Barroso, the president of the European Commission, to the Prime Minister of...

Bermuda: military mess?

Nepal: Social Media Diplomacy

Armenia-Azerbaijan: Garlic Wars

With tensions high between Armenia and Azerbaijan as a result of a still unresolved territorial dispute, the appearance of Azerbaijani garlic in Armenian supermarkets has made some local media hysterical.

China: Censorship and Kim Jong-il's death

Cuba: owing obsolete rubles

Mexico, USA: Border Cities Juárez and El Paso Growing Apart

China, North Korea: Kim Jong-il Dead, Chinese Netizen Reactions

Responses to the Death of North Korean Dictator, Kim Jong-il

Since North Korean dictator, Kim Jong-il's death on December 17 from a heart attack, the South Korean Twittersphere has lit up with numerous responses to the news. Lee Yoo Eun...

South Korea: North Korean Dictator, Kim Jong Il Is Dead

Kim Jong Il, the North Korean dictator has died. Although the death of the world's one of the notorious dictator is something what people should welcome, most South Koreans have...

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