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· February, 2010

Stories about Migration & Immigration from February, 2010

Cuba: On the Front Line

Cuba: Hunger Striker Dies in Havana Prison

The death of the first Cuban political prisoner to die on hunger strike since 1972 is eliciting a combination of speechlessness and outrage on the web.

Haiti: On Beauty

Caucasus: Lezginka dance

Armenia: Working conditions

Trinidad & Tobago: Observations

South Korea: Police's crackdown on migrants

Singapore: Foreign workers

Armenia: Eurovision blog

Bahamas, Haiti: Migration Debate

South Korea: Little Manila

Africa: Colonialism alive and well after 50 years of independence

2010 will mark the 50th year of francophone African countries' independence from Belgium and France. While official celebrations are under way, debate about colonialism, past and present, is simmering on...

Philippines: Migrants and 2010 elections

U.S.A., Cuba: Cuban-American Congressman Announces Resignation

Bloggers in Miami and Cuba are buzzing over the news that US Representative Lincoln Diaz-Balart will not run for reelection in the fall. Diaz-Balart, a Republican, is a staunch supporter...

Haiti: Aristide as an Ally

Guyana: Rodney Film

Trinidad & Tobago: Working for the Tourist Dollar?

France: International Students in Paris Blog on Cité Babel

The International City of Paris houses a community of international students living and learning at French universities. Their blog and journal "Cité Babel" addresses issues related to identity, cultural exchanges,...

China: Let Feng Zhenghu come home, to jail time

After 92 days in Narita Airport, activist Feng Zhenghu has returned to Japan and is preparing for his ninth attempt to return home to China. Should he go? Illiberal members...

Arab World: Should the New York Times Reassign Ethan Bronner?

Over the past couple of weeks, a much-discussed topic in the broader Arab blogosphere has been a news story that broken by a member of the blogosphere itself. On January...

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