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· March, 2010

Stories about International Relations from March, 2010

Saudi Arabia: Saudi Women, Foreign Husbands

Jamaica: Extradition Issue

Ukraine: “Deal for Yanukovych: Bandera for Mezhyhiria”

The Balkans: Ejup Ganić's Arrest

Serbia: Writers and Politics

The Balkans: Byzantine Nostalgia

Similar to Yugo-nostalgia, the nostalgia for the common Byzantine past can sometimes transcend some of the barriers erected through modern nationalism and racism in the Balkans.

Ghana: Free visa for FIFA World Cup not so free

Ukraine: “Bandera Bashing Déjà Vu”

Haiti: Two Months Later

Today marks two months since the January 12 earthquake devastated Haiti - and even in the midst of other natural disasters, bloggers still seem to be struggling to come to...

Sri Lanka: Salutations To Mrs. Sonia Gandhi

China and the U.S: Obama's China strategy

Indochina: Drying up of Mekong River

Trinidad & Tobago: Thought Bubbles from London

Azerbaijan: Confusion over Internet problems with Azadliq site

In the past few days in Azerbaijan, some users have complained that many sites, including Yahoo Mail, Gmail and Facebook, were inaccessible. When one news site was affected, however, some...

Japan: No Nukes

Armenia-Turkey: Response to U.S. Genocide Resolution

Following last week's resolution urging the US government to recognize the 1915 massacre and deportation of Armenians in the Ottoman Empire as Genocide, reaction in the blogosphere appears to be...

Guatemala: Secretary of State Clinton's Visit

U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton completed her recent Latin American tour with a stop in Guatemala to discuss the fight against drug trafficking, as well as normalizing relations with...

India: Interview With Greatbong

Afghanistan: Abandon the drug war to save it

Armenia-Turkey: US Congressional panel adopts Genocide resolution

In what turned out to be a nail-biting vote, the US congressional House Foreign Affairs Committee today voted on a non-binding resolution recognizing the massacre and deportation of Armenians living...

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