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· May, 2011

Stories about Politics from May, 2011

29 May 2011

Nepal: Constituent Assembly Term Extended For Three Months

Cuba: Reflections on the Conference Against Homophobia

Cuba: Five Intellectuals Analyze the 15-M

Puerto Rico: Debate on Media and Politics

Puerto Rico: Video on the Gas Pipeline Route

Honduras: Former President Manuel Zelaya Returns

Ousted president Manuel Zelaya returned to Honduras from exile nearly two years after he was removed from office through a coup. Bloggers report on the atmosphere before and after his...

Russia: Famous Sci-Fi Writer's Blog Removed for ‘Anti-Semitism’

RuNet Echo

Following President Medvedev's speech on extremism in the Russian Internet, security services began a campaign against online neo-Nazis and vocal nationalists. On May 28, 2011, the campaign against racial and...

Azerbaijan: Twitter as a tool for activism

28 May 2011

Morocco: Tracking Protests

Egypt: Religious Minorities after the Revolution

Syria: Personal Letter to President Assad

Kuwait: Protest Against the Prime Minister

Kuwaitis protested on Friday calling for Prime Minister Sheikh Nasser Al-Mohammed Al-Sabah to leave the government. Mona Kareem summaries the reactions of Kuwaiti netizens on the continuing Friday of Anger...

Egypt: Mubarak Fined for Internet Blackout during Revolution

An Egyptian court has fined ousted Egyptian president Hosni Mubarak and other officials 540 million Egyptian pounds ($90m) for disconnecting the Internet and mobile phone services during the revolution. Mubarak's...

Jordan: Debating Economic Policies and the Road to Reform

The state of Jordan's economy, specifically discussing economic policies since 1989 and the national debt, were the highlight of the 7iber #HashtagDebates. The conversation hosted prominent Jordanian economists Ibrahim Saif...

Egypt: Tahrir Speaks

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