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· September, 2010

Stories about International Relations from September, 2010

20 September 2010

Pakistan: Do You Care About The Plights Of The Flood Victims?

While some countries of the world came forward to donate for the victims of the recent Pakistan Floods, most international responses were slow. Cindy Yang looks for the answers in...

Middle East: Iran Launches New Movie Channel in Arabic

Iran inaugurated it's first Arabic language movie channel during the Muslim feast of Eid-ul-Fitr, which commemorates the end of the holy month of Ramadan. The new channel will be called...

19 September 2010

Armenia: The British Ambassador blogs

Japan, China fishing boat row: a war of words

Just as the Diaoyu Islands row between Japan and China intensifies over the detention of a Chinese fishing captain, whose detention has just been extended by a further 10 days,...

18 September 2010

Brazil: World's Largest Graffiti Inaugurated

Brazil's President Lula da Silva inaugurated the world's largest graffiti at over 37 000 square feet in the area of Foz do Iguaçu. This area; famous for the Iguaçu falls...

17 September 2010

China: Fishing boat captain detained, protests planned

More than a week after a Chinese fishing boat collided with Japanese Coast Guard patrol boats in territory disputed by governments of those two countries and the Chinese captain was...

16 September 2010

Singapore, Malaysia: Mahathir Mohamad versus Lee Kuan Yew

Former Singapore Prime Minister Lee Kuan Yew commented that Malaysia's "race politics" could have been avoided if it adopted the multiracial policies of Singapore. Former Malaysian Prime Minister responded in...

15 September 2010

India: Five Neighborhood Paradoxes

Slovakia: No Money for Greece

Slovakia's refusal to take part in the Greek bailout has "outraged" the European Central Bank. Tibor Blazko translates some of what the Slovak netizens think about the issue.

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