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· June, 2008

Stories about Politics from June, 2008

Cuba: Waiting in Miami

Cuba: The Church and Gay Rights

Czech Republic: The Treaty of Lisbon

Bulgaria: More on June 28 Sofia Gay Pride

Bosnia & Herzegovina: 55 Zaklopaca Victims Buried

Bosnia & Herzegovina: Srebrenica Lawsuits

Serbia: New Government, Almost

Barbados: New laws

Azerbaijan: Media Concerns

Armenia: Eurovision Metal

Ecuador: Constituent Assembly President Steps Down

The president of the Ecuadoran Constituent Assembly, Alberto Acosta, recently stepped down. Many local bloggers are wondering the role that President Rafael Correa and his political party had in this...

Cuba: Exploring Oil

Serbia: Socialist Party Forms Coalition Government With Democratic Party

The Socialist Party of Serbia (Slobodan Milošević's party) is forming a coalition government with the Democratic Party. This means Serbia will continue on its way towards European Union integration. Many...

Guyana: Death of a President

Kuwait: White Umbrella Demonstration

Protest Power in Bangkok

Jordan: A Hushed Up Secret

Korea: Hiddink’s Miracle and Korean Politics.

When Hiddink led the Korean soccer team into the semifinals of the 2002 World Cup he became a hero in Korea. Everywhere – in bookstores and on advertisements – was...

Turkmenistan: Ashgabat Buys Russian Weapons

Uzbekistan: The slain journalist's father calls on authorities

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