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· February, 2010

Stories about International Relations from February, 2010

12 February 2010

Haiti: On Orphans

Belize: Borderline

Armenia: Eurovision 2010

Unzipped comments on what it considers to be the two main contenders, Mihran & Emmy and Eva Rivas, as Armenia's entry into this year's Eurovision Song Contest. The blog says...

10 February 2010

Russia: Interview With Nina Khrushcheva, Part 2

Haiti: Relief Efforts & Dangers

Almost a month after the earthquake, which ravaged a significant portion of public facilities and private buildings in Port-au-Prince and nearby cities, French-speaking bloggers discuss the different realities of people...

Bangladesh: Questions For Climate Organizers

Azerbaijan: Book review

Scary Azeri in Suburbs comments on Artush and Zaur, a homo-erotic novel telling the love story between an Armenian and Azerbaijani man. The blogger says that while the book is...

Syria: Facebook Group to Protest Sanctions on Syrian Air

Morocco: Talks on Western Sahara to Resume

The dispute over the Western Sahara is a complex one--Morocco claims it as their own, while the Saharan independence movement (the Polisario), backed by Algeria, desires independence. Three years ago,...

9 February 2010

Mongolia: “Khoomii doesn't belong to China”

France: International Students in Paris Blog on Cité Babel

The International City of Paris houses a community of international students living and learning at French universities. Their blog and journal "Cité Babel" addresses issues related to identity, cultural exchanges,...

Arab World: Should the New York Times Reassign Ethan Bronner?

Over the past couple of weeks, a much-discussed topic in the broader Arab blogosphere has been a news story that broken by a member of the blogosphere itself. On January...

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