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· March, 2011

Stories about Politics from March, 2011

31 March 2011

Bosnia & Herzegovina: Towards Partition

Haiti: Monsanto's Agenda

Trinidad & Tobago: Education – Leaving Kids at Sea

Cuba: Meeting Carter

Jamaica: Enquiry No Laughing Matter

Nigeria: Buhari leads in mock online polls

Russia: The Most Fierce DDOS Attack On LiveJournal Analyzed

Japan: The Tsunami, God and Man

A few days after the disaster that killed more than ten thousand people, Italian vice-president of the National Research Council (CNR) Roberto De Mattei and Tokyo governor Shintaro Ishihara left...

Debate about China Model

China: Crackdown on Activists and Opinion Leaders

Brazil: On Opening the Archives of the Dictatorship

A collective blogging was called to demand the opening of the archives of the Brazilian military dictatorship (1964-1985), responsible for torturing of thousands and for killing 380 Brazilians. Of these,...

Macedonia, Bulgaria: Facing Hate Speech

Two NGOs, from Macedonia and from Bulgaria, have published an analysis of the Macedonian-Bulgarian hate speech in the traditional and new media.

29 March 2011

Tunisia: Bloggers Angry at Interim Interior Minister Sacking

Tunisian bloggers are outraged over the sacking of Interim Interior Minister Farhat Rajhi today. In a surprise move, he was replaced by Hbib El-Seed. Netizens are now calling for his...

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