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· March, 2008

Stories about North America from March, 2008

Japan: Obama gets support from Japanese city

Excitement is growing in a sleepy fishing town on the coast of the Japan Sea. The city of Obama, whose name means “little beach” in Japanese, is receiving unusual attention...

Geospatial Technology and Human Rights

Barbados, USA: Spitzer

Barbados, Dominica, USA: Congrats to Paterson

Russia: Relations With Germany; Arms Sales

Brazil: Colombia, Ecuador, Venezuela and the besieged Latin America

There was a lot of talk about the 'Border Crisis in Latin America' on the Brazilian blogosphere in the last few days. Brazilian people suffer from an endemic form of...

Environment: Elephant Culling and Crisis in The Mara

In this issue of Global Voices environment, we check in with various blogs around the world. The themes are varied, and some are of global concern with commentary from Kenya...

China: We need a consistent and pro-trade US president

In response to the news of American presidential candidate Barack Obama's stance on NAFTA, but prior to this week's round of presidential primaries, political blogger Michael Anti wrote a few...

Israel, Soviet History: Pictures From the Exhibition on Refuseniks

Russia, Venezuela: “Exxon Strikes Back”

Armenia: Conspiracy Theory

Armenia: Souless State Department

Colombia: View from U.S. Primary Candidates

Peru: Bloggers Provide Thoughts on U.S. Elections

The primary elections in the U.S. have attracted interest from Peruvian bloggers. Some are concentrating on issues that would affect Peru, such as Free-Trade Agreements, while other bloggers compare the...

Japan: Reflections on a life in Silicon Valley

India: How did Huckabee make it this far?

Japan: Justice served in contaminated blood scandal

Trinidad & Tobago, Colombia, Venezuela, USA: Taking Sides

China: Information in News Story

Mideast Youth: Back to School

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