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· May, 2009

Stories about Politics from May, 2009

31 May 2009

Czech Republic: African Czech for European Parliament

Iran: Khatami answers bloggers’ questions

On Sunday, Mohamad Khatami, the former reformist Iranian president, who is backing Mir Hussein Mousavi's candidacy in the Iranian presidential election, took part in an internet TV programme launched by...

Morocco: Campaigning for the Disenchanted

The electoral campaign for the local council (or communal) elections in Morocco, due in June 12 has started amidst widespread apathy and disenchantment. The debate has been raging over the...

Malaysia: Globalization Dilemma – Educational Progress or Preserving Ethnic Identity?

The teaching of science and mathematics in English implemented in 2003 replaced Malay and other ethnic languages as the medium of teaching instruction in Malaysia. It is set for a...

29 May 2009

Bahrain: Swine Flu Arrives

Earlier this week the first case of the new H1N1 flu, or swine flu, was confirmed in Bahrain, arriving with a Bahraini student who had been in New York. Bahrain's...

Haiti, U.S.A.: Remembering Fr. Jean-Juste

Blogger tributes are pouring in for the late Fr. Gérard Jean-Juste, a Haitian Roman Catholic priest who was known by his admirers as a champion of the poor and an...

Trinidad & Tobago: Police Presence

Jamaica, U.S. Virgin Islands: Cruise Control

Cuba: Sex Change Operations

Barbados, Trinidad & Tobago: Schengen Waived

Jamaica, Cuba: Amnesty International Report

Zimbabwe: Is Movement for Democratic Change backing down?

28 May 2009

Morocco: The Blogoma's Journey Continues

Blogging has come a long way in Morocco. From a handful a blogs a few years ago, the blogosphere is now growing rapidly, in three languages. In this post, Anas...

Bahamas: Flooding

Haiti: Father Jean-Juste Passes On

Trinidad & Tobago: AG Resigns

Barbados, U.S.A.: Getting the Message

Iran:'Photoland’ and election

Colombia: Cyber-Politics for the 2010 Elections

With the Colombian presidential elections set for 2010, the list of candidates has not yet been finalized, but campaigning is well underway. Some candidates have started to use digital tools...

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