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· November, 2008

Stories about Law from November, 2008

Kosovo: Haradinaj's Profile; Discussion at LSE

Albania: Health Care and Bribery

Ukraine: Ruthenians

Russia: Yevgeny Kolesov and Politkovskaya Trial

Hungary, Czech Republic: Romaphobia

The Baltics, India: “The Dangers of Turning a Minority into an Underclass”

Croatia: Creator of Anti-PM Facebook Group Arrested

Tunisia: Facebook Case Thrown Out of Court

A Tunisian court threw out a case against the censorship facing Facebook, brought about by blogger and journalist Ziad El Heni against the Tunisian Internet Agency (ATI).

Japan, S. Korea, China: the Second International Congress of Asian Hemp Industry

The Balkans: Tragic Legacy

Philippines: When a City is Not a City

GV Author Karlo Mongaya looks at the reactions of bloggers to the recent Supreme Court decision voiding the cityhood of 16 new cities in the Philippines.

Central & Eastern Europe: A Roma Roundup

Czech Republic: Milan Kundera Controversy

Ukraine, Russia, Kazakhstan: Calling Attention to Tragedy

Russia: The Crisis and Constitutional Changes

Latvia: The Crisis and Freedom of Speech

Mumbai and Terror: The Day After

An attack of this scale has surprised the entire country. While India is no stranger to bomb blasts and attacks by terrorists, a prolonged hostage situation at prominent landmarks is...

Bahrain: The problem of road rage

India: Who are they, and what is the Media saying?

Smoke Signals slams the mainstream media coverage of the event, as the television screens are filled with almost panic inducing sequences, and hurried question and answer sessions. At the time...

Dominica: Sexual Offences Act

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