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· October, 2010

Stories about International Relations from October, 2010

India: 150 Mercedes Cars For Aurangabad

Caucasus: Attitudes to inter-ethnic marriage

Caucasus: Armenian, Azerbaijani, Georgian opposition parties in cooperation agreement

Caucasus: Women as a reflection of nationalism

China:Peace Prize Before A Peaceful Rise Of China

Russia, U.S.: Schwarzenegger in Moscow

Serbia: More on Belgrade Gay Pride and Riots

Bolivia: The Mining Rescue and Chile-Bolivia Relations

Mexico: Blogosphere Previews United Nations Climate Change Conference- COP 16

The next United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP 16) will take place from November 29 to December 10, 2010 in Cancun, Mexico. Bloggers are analyzing whether the conference will bring...

China: More reactions to a first Nobel Prize

Further thoughts on China's first Nobel laureate, Liu Xiaobo, who remains in prison and whose wife is now under house arrest: what the award means for China, its relationship with...

St. Maarten: Garden Isle

Caucasus: Perceptions of inter-ethnic friendship

China and Tibet: Democracy in Exile

Being a Tibetan in exile is a loss that manifests in many forms: the loss of homeland and natural rights fall within that. To some degree, the loss is also...

Anguilla: Not Quite Ready

Curacao: Netherlands Antilles is no more

China: The Chinese Traitor Who Got A Prize Is Still A Chinese Traitor

Should China continue to support North Korea's Kim dynasty?

North Korea’s next leader Kim Jong-un, the youngest son of ailing Kim Jong-il, made a high-profile public appearance at a gala anniversary celebration in Pyongyang on Saturday. North Korea’s top...

China: The Nobel Prize and the CCP’s Ignoble Response

Somali Pirates Captures Taiwanese Fishing Boat off Madagascar Coast

China: Nobel Peace Prize Winner – Liu Xiaobo

A few hours ago, the Norwegian Nobel Committee announced its decision to award the 2010 Nobel Peace Prize to Liu Xiaobo for his long and non-violent struggle for fundamental human...

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