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· February, 2006

Stories about Law from February, 2006

The Balkans: Current Events and Stability In The Region

Bolivia: Support for Morales, but not Courts

China: Why unenforced laws matter

Malaysia: Blogger Probe

Lone Haiti-Based Haitian Blogger on Recent Haitian Elections

Yon Ayisyen, the sole Haiti-based Haitian blogger complains (FR) that he does not have an internet connection at home. But that has not stopped him from blogging regularly if not...

Report on Contracts Signed during the D.R. of Congo's Civil War Released

Ukraine: ‘Gangs of Donetsk’

Caribbean: Music and copyright

Singapore: Cheerleader Sex Tape

Hong Kong, Philippines: Right of Abode

The silencing of Cayman Cop

Finally — a Caribbean blogging controversy. Involving a blogging policeman, a local newspaper and a witch hunt by an irate constabulary. In — of all places — the mild-mannered Cayman...

The Law of Love in China

Too Many Rights in The Prison?

Malaysia: Unbalanced Punishments?

Guyana: Amerindian Bill

Ukraine: 10 Uzbek Asylum Seekers Deported

Political Posture on China in the US Congress

Indonesia: Aceh Canings

The Famous Director Goes to Court

Mexico: Creative Commons and iLaw

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