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· May, 2009

Stories about International Relations from May, 2009

Ukraine: Russian Ads; PM's Hairdo; Crimea

Morocco: Therapy Abroad, Apathy at Home

The global economic downturn seems to be affecting tourism worldwide, a sector upon which the Moroccan economy is heavily dependent. The north African kingdom has launched a wide campaign to...

Lithuania: Election Roundup

China and Taiwan: Support democracy

Bangladesh: Indian Elections 2009 In Bangladesh Perspective

Japan: John Roos to be U.S. Ambassador to Japan

Trinidad & Tobago: Sulphur Story

Palestine: Remembering Al Nakba

Armenia: Eurovision Bribes

Armenia: Jethro Tull in Yerevan

Tajikistan: Incidents at Tajik-Uzbek border

Afghanistan: Ammunition Trouble for Afghanistan

Uzbekistan: ISAF Logistics, Reloaded

Afghanistan: Expats’ Routine Life

Iran: State-run Press TV in London

Fiji: EU cancels 2009 sugar subsidy

The European Union announced that it was suspending 2009 payment of 24 million Euro in subsidies to help prop up Fiji’s sugar industry. European Commissioner for Development and Humanitarian Aid,...

Jordan: The Pope's Visit to the Middle East

Cuba, U.S.A.: In Solidarity

Taiwan: Minister encounters protest at WHA

Myanmar: Facebook campaign for Aung San Suu Kyi

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