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· November, 2009

Stories about Politics from November, 2009

27 November 2009

Trinidad & Tobago: The Queen & the PM

St. Vincent & the Grenadines: ‘No’ It Is

Cuba: Call to Respect Human Rights

Russia: Tatarstan Blogger Sentenced to Almost 2 Years in Penal Colony

RuNet Echo

On Sept. 12, 2008, Tatar blogger and journalist Irek Murtazin blogged about rumors of Tatarstan president Mintimir Shaimiev's death. On Nov. 26, 2009, Murtazin was convicted of defamation and incitement...

26 November 2009

Cuba: Here Comes The Rain Again

St. Vincent & the Grenadines: No!

Trinidad & Tobago: Why the Shutdown?

India Remembers Horrifying Mumbai Terror Attacks

One year ago, Mumbai, India's financial and entertainment capital came under a well- coordinated terrorist attack that lasted for 3 days. Indian netizens remember those horrifying moments and complain that...

Russia: Website Administrator Faces Trial on Libelling

25 November 2009

Algeria: An Open Letter to Egyptians

From a football match for a place in the South Africa World Cup in 2010 to a full fledged face off and diplomatic stand off, Egyptians and Algerians continue to...

Egypt: Where are the Algerian Intellectuals?

Egypt: Egyptian Politics, Arab Nationalism and Football

Egypt: Football and Nationalism

Video: End Violence Against Women Around the World

Today, November 25th is the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women, and through videos, many people and organizations around the world are expressing their need to end...

Bangladesh, India, Pakistan: One State Solution Week 2009

India: Politics And Tolerance

Trinidad & Tobago: Waste of Time?

Bermuda, St. Vincent & the Grenadines: Here Comes The Queen

24 November 2009

Nepal's Peace Process Faltering

Nepal's fragile peace process is faltering amidst increasing clashes between the Maoists and the government. The Maoists are threatening to go on indefinite strike if their demands are not fulfilled.

Egypt: President Mubarak and the Egyptian Dignity

Egyptian Facebook users continue to discuss the ramifications of the aftermath of the Algeria vs Egypt football final, which saw Algeria qualifying to the World Cup finals in South Africa...

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