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· March, 2008

Stories about Politics from March, 2008

31 March 2008

Romania, Hungary, Austria: Marshal Antonescu; “Political Irrelevance”

Taiwan: Voices after Presidential Election

March 22 is Taiwan's presidential election held once every four years. The victory is belonging to KMT's Ma Ying-jeou, who got 60 percent of votes and 2 million votes than...

Trinidad & Tobago: The Laptop Incident

Trinidad and Tobago's Opposition Leader was recently suspended from Parliament for using his laptop without permission, but only a few bloggers seemed tuned in to the story...

Bhutan: On Democracy

Cuba: Can You Hear me Now?

Zimbabwe: First 20 election results

Zimbabwe: The story of Zimbabwe in photos

Zimbabwe: First six seats announced

Zimbabwe: What is MDC waiting for?

China: Foreign Media

Uzbekistan: Presidential Daughter Establishes Think-Tank

Kazakhstan: Podcast Interview with Joanna Lillis

Japan: Views on Yasukuni, the movie

A documentary film about the controversial Yasukuni shrine, shot by a Chinese filmmaker through funding by a Japanese government agency, has sparked debate and discussion after a group within the...

China: Chaos and Nationalism

Taiwan: Counter Culture

Bahrain: Scorn for inflation package

To alleviate the effects of inflation in Bahrain, the government has introduced a BD40 million (USD105 million) aid package – and Bahrain's bloggers are unanimous in questioning how effective it...

30 March 2008

Lebanon: On censorship

Georgia: Opposition Ends Hunger Strike

Zimbabwe: Harare is tense after Tsvangirai claims victory

Following the presidential and parliamentary elections in Zimbabwe yesterday, bloggers are reporting that the situation in Harare is tense, in Bulawayo MDC supporters are celebrating (MDC candidate, Morgan Tsvangirai, has...

Armenia: Opposition Protests Continue

Despite amendments to the law on public marches, rallies and demonstrations following the recently lifted state of emergency, the opposition continues to hold meetings on the streets of the Armenian...

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