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· February, 2008

Stories about Protest from February, 2008

28 February 2008

Cameroon: Will the widespread unrest bring political change?

Cameroon was besieged this week by the worst violence in fifteen years, as a transportation strike formally ended by unions on Wednesday expanded into a more general protest against rising...

Bolivia: Anti-Government Protester Beat by Supporters

27 February 2008

Russia: Ethnically-Motivated Violence

Armenia: Political Prisoners

Egypt: Praying against Mubarak in the Metro

From an offer to give up a seat at the metro, to an impromptu protest against Egyptian President Mohamed Hosni Mubarak. Eman Abdurahman brings us the story from Egypt.

Armenia: Absurd Revolution

Armenia: Dubious Election

Taiwan: Land Right

26 February 2008

Kosovo: Implications for Other States

Armenia: Post-Election Revolution Scenario?

That there would be mass demonstrations immediately after the presidential election held last week in Armenia was known long ago. Many observers also figured on yet another attempt by the...

India: Gandhi and Bhopal

Kosovo, Serbia: A Roundup

25 February 2008

Russia: Lev Ponomarev; Solovetskiy Stone

Tajikistan: Energy Crisis Is Not Enough to Lose Patience

The continuing energy crisis is, probably, the worst problem that Tajikistan ever faced since the end of civil war. Neweurasia reports that most of the population is barely surviving this...

Serbia: Anglophone Bloggers on Belgrade Rally, Riots, Kosovo

Below is a selection of the English-language posts about last week's events in Serbia and Kosovo, which appeared on Feb. 21-23.

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