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· May, 2008

Stories about Law from May, 2008

D.R. of Congo: Bemba's arrest is selective justic

Trinidad & Tobago: Ah Have ah Tabanca

Jamaica: Gays and Golding

Ukraine: Tymoshenko's Politics

India: On Mobocracy

Cayman Islands: Not Here?

Colombia: Paramilitary Leaders Extradited to the United States

In Colombia, 14 demobilized paramilitary bosses were recently extradited to the United States to face charges of drug trafficking. Bloggers in Colombia discuss how this might affect the current political...

Libya: Double Standards

Albania: Reckless Driving

Ukraine: Inflation and Currency Revaluation

Ukraine: A View From Crimea

Last week, Ukraine banned Moscow mayor Yuri Luzhkov from the country, after he called for Russia to take ownership of Sevastopol, a Ukrainian Black Sea naval port. The incident received...

Estonia: “Asymmetrical Bilingualism”

Haiti: Breaking the Law?

Hong Kong: Private Deal Against Basic Law?

Saudi Arabia: Monkeys and Residents

Ukraine: Vote-Buying

Saudi Arabia: Dhahran Under Siege

Saudi Arabia hosted the Gulf Cooperation Council's Summit in its Eastern province, bringing the leaders of Bahrain, Qatar, Kuwait, Oman and the UAE under one roof - and holding the...

Russia: Circassians

Estonia: Arnold Meri's Trial

Trinidad & Tobago: Don't Touch My Buddy

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