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· June, 2014

Stories about International Relations from June, 2014

16 June 2014

Neighbor Bhutan Rolls Out the Welcome Mat for India's Prime Minister Modi

It is newly elected Narendra Modi's first foreign visit as India's prime minister. Some aren't convinced that it's the best choice.

15 June 2014

VIDEO: Zambian Minister Mixes Up Barack Obama With Boko Haram in Viral Gaffe

Nkandu Luo made the slip-up at a solidarity march for the close to 300 girls abducted by the militant Islamist group in Nigeria.

11 June 2014

Show Me The Money: Caribbean Discrimination Case Awardee Still Not Paid

Eight months after the Caribbean Court of Justice ruled in her favour, Shanique Myrie, who was strip-searched and denied entry to Barbados, still has not received her award.

10 June 2014

Heartbreak for Ibrahim and Djouma in the Central African Republic

Brazil or Argentina? Football Rivalries Play Out Thousands of Miles Away From the World Cup in Bangladesh

Bangladesh may not be playing, but is gripped by the world cup fever. Citizens have split into Brazil and Argentina camps. Flags, jerseys, heated debates-the world cup war is on.

8 June 2014

From the Cyber-Trenches of Eastern Ukraine

RuNet Echo

The leaders of the the opposing militias continue to use social networks to reach out with news of their military campaigns.

5 June 2014

Jen Psaki, the Russian Internet's Public Enemy No. 1

RuNet Echo

“Psaki” has become a stigmatizing catch-all term for everything Russians dislike about US foreign policy (especially America’s involvement in Ukraine).

Celebrating Russian Crimea with a Candy

4 June 2014

Europe’s Far Right Are Inspiring Russians

RuNet Echo

While the electoral success of the Far Right worries some in the European community, many Russians have welcomed the surge in Euro-skepticism as a vindication of Moscow’s anti-EU posturing.

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