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· February, 2008

Stories about Politics from February, 2008

Serbia, Kosovo, U.S.: Diaspora Serbs

Russia: Prince Harry and Local “Elite's Offspring”

Russia: Election Roundup

Serbia, Kosovo: Lack of Trust

Czech Republic: Foreign Minister

Serbia: Window For Slovenian Embassy

Armenia: Political Turncoat

Armenia: Politically Motivated Arrests

Kenya: Thank you Annan and team

After the power-sharing deal was announced, a caller to a local radio station was ecstatic and invited Kofi Annan and team to "nyama choma" (barbeque), another caller offered him two beers...

China: Is ‘inadequate national virtue’ an excuse?

Barbados, Jamaica: Political Accountability

Ukraine: Tymoshenko's Illness

Serbia: “Ray of Light in Tough Times”

Cameroon: Will the widespread unrest bring political change?

Cameroon was besieged this week by the worst violence in fifteen years, as a transportation strike formally ended by unions on Wednesday expanded into a more general protest against rising...

Somalia/USA: Somali elders for Obama

Pakistan: The Jinnah Way

Iran and Israel: foes forever or future friends?

The online video posted by the Century Foundation regarding the relations between Israel and Iran and the geopolitical forces that are behind this situation has several bloggers discussing their ideas...

Kenya: Dear Kofi Annan…

Following the decision by Kofi Annan to suspend peace talks in Kenya, Kenyan blogger, wheremadnessresides decided to write a letter to him: “Dear Kofi Annan: There's a rumour that you're...

South Africa: Racist Black Journalists?

"The media was instrumental is getting this country to where it is today. There were white journalists who risked their lives and even paid the ultimate price to give this...

Thailand: Thaksin's Passport

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