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· February, 2008

Stories about International Relations from February, 2008

22 February 2008

Serbia: Bloggers Discuss Rally and Rioting in Belgrade

Yesterday, Kosovo is Serbia rally was held in Belgrade. According to unofficial sources, 150,000-200,000 people attended it to protest against unilateral proclamation of independence of Kosovo. The rally went peacefully...

India: On Fidel Castro

Iran:A petiton against Google Earth

Trinidad & Tobago: Assisting Guyana

Kyrgyzstan: President Ponders to Oust US Troops

Middle East: Wishing Kosovo all the Best!

Bloggers and some politicians in the Middle East were quick to draw parallels between Kosovo's independence from Serbia and the Palestine Question. Following the news from the Balkans, here's a...

Serbia: Political Unrest, Now and 17 Years Ago

Serbia: “People's Protests”

21 February 2008

Serbia: Belgrade Riots

Serbia: Twitter Updates from Belgrade

Lebanon: Danish Cartoons Again

Slovenia: The Erased

U.S.: 50 Russians for Obama

Europe, Canda, U.S.: Serbian Protests

Syria: The Changing Face of Syria

Syria, is a country that is still "officially" considered a Socialist country. The socialist policies in Syria date all the way back to 1958, when Egypt and Syria formed the...

Barbados, Cuba: Castro's Legacy

Japan: Gov't to admit Burmese refugees

Kenyan Bloggers Outline Political Solutions

From the high street cafes to the dark alleys in Nairobi's river road (down town), Kenyans can be heard discussing what former UN Secretary General Kofi Annan should prescribe as...

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