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· February, 2011

Stories about International Relations from February, 2011

24 February 2011

Serbia: Reactions to the Story of Serbian Mercenaries in Libya

According to some sources, Serbian military pilots took part in the bombings of the Libyan protesters. Sasa Milosevic translates a few Serbian netizens' reactions to this allegation.

Libya: Obama Speaks, Tweeps Heckle

United States President Barack Obama broke his silence on Libya in a speech at the White House on Wednesday, but his words did little to satisfy the listening masses on...

22 February 2011

Why is President Obama Traveling to El Salvador in March?

Jamaica, Haiti: Insensitive Treatment?

Iran: VOA Hacked by “Cyber Army”

Azerbaijan: Assimilation Disorder

South Korea: Botched Spying Attempt Embarrasses Citizens

South Korea’s intelligence agency has made the headlines after its agents allegedly broke into an Indonesian delegation’s hotel room last week in Seoul, in an attempt to steal classified information...

21 February 2011

Kuwait: Stateless ‘Bedoun’ Demand Rights

Kuwait's stateless population, also known as ‘bedoun' (without nationality), has been holding protests for the third day in a row, calling for equal rights and a citizenship in the country...

Libya-Italy: online reactions to the “Berlusconi connection”

Given the recently close relationship between Gheddafi and the Italian government, materials and many varying opinions on this unusual bond are emerging. Here is an overview of what is being...

China: Debating with Shaun Rein

Cambodia: Letter to UN to intervene in border row

20 February 2011

Ukraine: Dear Polish Delegation, We’re in Shock, Too

Earlier this week, a Ukrainian TV station broadcasted a report about the visit of the Polish parliamentary delegation to Ukraine's parliament. According to the report, the Polish visitors were shocked...

Afghanistan: EU police training mission risks failure

Uzbekistan: US official visits Tashkent

Madagascar: Reactions to Ousted President Ravalomanana Attempting to Return

Tropical storm Binziga has just hit Madagascar, having killed killed six people and leaving about 7,500 without adequate shelter. Yet the attention is focused on the attempted return of the...

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