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· August, 2008

Stories about Politics from August, 2008

31 August 2008

Ecuador: Abortion a Controversial Topic in New Constitution

In a deeply religious country like Ecuador, the topic of a woman's right to choose an abortion is of concern and may determine some voters' decision in the upcoming Constitutional...

Russia, Georgia, U.S.: Michael Lee White's Passport

Northern Cyprus: Similarities with Georgia?

30 August 2008

Zambia: A costly constitutional blunder

Zimbabwe: Dirty Politics

Thailand: People’s coup or putsch?

Since Tuesday, anti-government protesters have invaded Thailand’s Government House demanding the resignation of Thai Prime Minister Samak Sundaravej. The rallyists, estimated to be as low as 3,000 to as high...

Korea: Korean Mata Hari – North Korean Spy Scandal.

While the Beijing Olympics was held, Koreans were excited about news of a series of medals. It even seemed that hot attention to political issues and arguments among the citizens...

Peru: Views Towards the Indigenous Protests

The protests by indigenous groups in Northern Peru are not always understood in other parts of the country. Some bloggers examine attitudes and views by others, who often look down...

Appeal of Singapore-based Burmese patriots

Singapore: Blogger-dissident still in jail

Audio slide of Bangkok rallies

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