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· January, 2009

Stories about Migration & Immigration from January, 2009

22 January 2009

Armenia-Turkey: Genocide Historian Responds

Guyana: Dirty Laundry?

The new President of the United States is the Caribbean's darling, but the President of Guyana is having a tougher time of it. The latest controversy to plague him comes...

Cuba: Quelling the Rumours

Armenia: Musings

Taiwan: Joyful Tibetan, finally

21 January 2009

French Caribbean, Palestine, Israel: Economic Boycott?

French West Indians and Caribbeans have expressed their solidarity with the population in Gaza in many ways since the bombings began. Is an economic boycott one of them? Bloggers discuss...

Caribbean: Obama's Day

Like the rest of the world, the eyes of the Caribbean were on Washington, DC yesterday, as Barack Hussein Obama was sworn in as the 44th President of the United...

20 January 2009

Trinidad & Tobago, U.S.A.: Blogger Inauguration

Jamaica, U.S.A.: One Love?

Turkey: Hrant Dink Murder Unresolved

Turkey: Armenian “Martin Luther King Jr.” Commemorated

The second anniversary of a murdered journalist once again had the power to move mountains in strained relations between between Armenia and Turkey, two states separated by the biblical mount...

16 January 2009

Barbados, U.S.A.: Name Calling

Cuba: Watching the Numbers

Jamaica, U.S.A.: Pre-Inauguration Poem

Cameroon: Interview with Côté Minou

Azerbaijan: Civil Society, Opposition Groups Unite as Referendum Approaches

Better known for their bitter divisions and rivalries, civil society and opposition groups in Azerbaijan are slowly uniting as a national referendum aimed at removing the presidential two-term limit approaches....