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· March, 2008

Stories about North America from March, 2008

Russia, U.S.: A Foreign Policy View

Middle East and North Africa: Client Number Nine

Eliot Spitzer's fall from grace grabbed the headlines as soon as newsmen caught wind of the scandal. Bloggers followed closely on their heel, including those from the Middle East and...

Egypt: American Navy's Friendly Fire

Egyptian bloggers lament to the loss of one of their countrymen who was killed in an incident involving the American Navy in the Suez Canal. They are also wondering where...

Russia: Russians/Americans “are NOT stupid”

Barbados, USA: Black President?

Pakistan: Mush and Clinton

The Balkans: John McCain

Armenia: Uprising Radio

Jamaica, Trinidad & Tobago, USA: Obama's Vision

Environment: Colbert on World Water Day

Environment: Paper magazines better on carbon than websites?

Cuba, USA: Obama's Speech

LiveJournal: Bloggers Protest Basic Account Cancellation

Yet again, LJ users are in distress. Unlike the previous times, however, the current situation involves both the Russian-language and the English-language segments of LiveJournal. It all began when LiveJournal's...

Bermuda, USA: Watching US Elections

Bangladesh: The promise of America

Armenia: Shameful Diaspora

Environment: China's Challenges from pollution to severe storms

Dale Wen, writing on China Dialogue looks at the myth that high income lifestyles in the west come with a clean environment; noting that China needs to rethink its development...

Armenia: Moving Forward?

Jamaica: Corrosive Column

U.S.A and South Korea: FTA

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