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· September, 2010

Stories about Politics from September, 2010

30 September 2010

Ecuador: Police Strike Denounced as Attempt to Destabilize Country

The Ecuadorian police are leading a strike against reforms to the public service law, unleashing chaos in the country. Since this morning, Twitter users have been reporting on the events...

Should Bangladesh Send Troops To Afghanistan?

The Bangladesh Army has earned a reputation in contributing troops for different United Nation Peacekeeping Operations across the world. However, recently the country received an extra-ordinary request for troops to...

Nepal: Political Gridlock Continues

Pakistan: Don't Feed The Rumor Mill

Trinidad & Tobago: The Big Question

India: A Plebiscite In Kashmir

Nigeria: Nigeria@50: What is there to celebrate?

Cuba: “En Practica”

Jamaica: Tropical Storm Nicole

India: Live Blogging The Ayodhya Verdict

Jordanian Bloggers Promote Dialogue With U.S.

Jordanian bloggers advocate for dialogue and moderation rather than extremism in responding to U.S. misconceptions toward Muslims.

Russia: Landscape and Trends of Online Transparency Initiatives

RuNet EchoTechnology for Transparency Network

Alexey Sidorenko analyzes the five main groups of the Russian transparency projects: official and semi-official transparency websites; chaotic transparency communities; online representation of civil activism NGOs; next-generation transparency and civil...

29 September 2010

Haiti, Dominican Republic: The Presence of DR Troops

Bahrain: Access to Political Societies Websites Blocked

Russia: “Web of Justice”

RuNet Echo

The Russian Internet is presented, especially in some Western media, as being one of the few democratic forums in the country. However, these reports should be taken with a grain...

Africa: University of Texas Africa Conference 2010

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