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· August, 2007

Stories about Politics from August, 2007

31 August 2007

Russia: More on Politkovskaya and Litvinenko

Ukraine: “What Will the Elections Change?”

Ukraine: Tymoshenko vs Yanukovych

Ukraine: Rinat Akhmetov

Ukraine: Crimea

On the last day of summer, here's a translation of LJ user drugoi's photo report on his trip to Crimea, one of the favorite summer tourism destinations in the Soviet...

Trinidad & Tobago: 45 Years of Independence

Sierra Leone: Blogging the Elections

Sierra Leone held its presidential and parliamentary elections on August 11, 2007. The exercise marked a peaceful transition to democracy after years of civil war. None of the presidential candidates...

Pakistan: ExPM in exile returns

Nepal: Madhesi MPs

Egypt: Complaining for Change

Something I love about Egyptian blogs is our tendency to complain. Firstly because we're Egyptian and its our nature and secondly because we have so much to complain about. Among...

All out war in southern Philippines

War is raging in the island of Basilan, located in the southernmost part of the Philippines. An all-out war was recently declared by the government against the Abu Sayyaf bandit...

Trinidad & Tobago: The Caribs

30 August 2007

Saudi: Support for Jailed Activists

Arabeyes: Who is Using the Tunisian Presidential Airplane?

The Tunisian presidential airplane and the 'unofficial' trips it takes to Europe and the fashion capitals of the world has attracted the scrutiny of the country's most outspoken bloggers. Who...

Ugandans and Expats Face Off in the Blogosphere

"I can also tell an American blogger when I read one—they are different in a way that neither makes me laugh or angered. See this entry, for example. Well, maybe...

Russia: Politkovskaya Updates

Palestine: Gul for Turkey

Iraqi Insurgency

Iran:US policy and a web site

Cuba: Changes?

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