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· October, 2010

Stories about International Relations from October, 2010

21 October 2010

Shintaro Ishihara’s views on China, Japan

Shintaro Ishihara is a politician, author and governor of the Tokyo Metropolitan Government since 1999. He is well known for his critical stance on Japan’s dependence under the US-Japan security...

Azerbaijan: Visa restrictions ahead of parliamentary vote

The Balkans: Angelina Jolie's Bosnian War Movie

20 October 2010

Evacuation of The Former “House of West African Students” in Paris

Haiti: Upcoming Elections

Cuba: Plea for Dr. Biscet

Venezuela: Nuclear Energy Deal with Russia

President Hugo Chávez met with his Russian counterpart, Dmitry Medvedev, in Russia on October 14. At the meeting they signed a "plan of action" on different issues; among them, building...

Ukraine, USA: Kuchma and Clinton

16 October 2010

China: Anti-Japan demonstrations erupt in three cities

An anti-China protest held in Japan today has been known about for some time, but large anti-Japanese demonstrations which also took place today in three Chinese cities seemed to have...

15 October 2010

Iran: President Ahamdinejad's trip to Lebanon

Iran's president, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, has just concluded a two-day visit to Lebanon. It was his first official since 2005 when he first took office. He held talks with Lebanese officials...

Jamaica: Blogging for Action

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