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· December, 2006

Stories about International Relations from December, 2006

Pakistan: Musharraf and Kashmir

Romania, Bulgaria: Joining the EU

Anguilla: Convention vs. Corruption

Madagascar: The First Indian Ocean Musical Network

Estonia, Latvia: EU for Non-Citizens

Philippines: US Soldier Convicted of Rape

Early this month, US Marine Lance Corporal Daniel Smith was found guilty by a local court of raping a Filipina woman while three other co-accused soldiers were acquitted. This was...

Africa: China-Africa trade

Estonia: Lavrov's (Lack of) Logic

Bosnia & Herzegovina: Srebrenica Survivor and the Dutch

Iran:Holocaust Seminar and its Costs

Freedom of speech and music celebrations in the Moroccan Blogosphere

Many different subjects were in the spotlight last week, in the Moroccan blogosphere. I'll start with Farid and his interesting numbers (Fr) about blogging in Morocco. Then comes Reda who...

Bulgaria, Libya: Medics Sentenced to Death

Estonia: Amnesty International Report

To hell you f***ing murderer…to hell…go and meet your other chums who are burning in hell now!!!!

(or Landing at the Iraqi Blogodrome) These were the words of, normally, mild-mannered blogger Marshmallow26 to the news that her uncle's neighborhood had been blown to pieces by a suicide...

Lebanon: Hassan Nassrallah

The secretary general of Hezbollah S H Nassrallah and his speech that was directed to the demonstrators partaking in the sit-in protest in Beirut was the subject of many posts...

Algeria, France: Zidane's Visit to Algeria

Serbia: Video on CNN

Serbia: Discussion on Kosovo's Future

Russia: Oleg Gazmanov's “Born in the USSR”

Bangladesh: Remembering genocide and celebrating victory day

Some days are very special for a nation. 16th December is one such day for Bangladesh. Drishtipat Blog remembers the independence of Bangladesh 35 years ago. Time magazine December 20,...

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