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· February, 2008

Stories about North America from February, 2008

Jamaica, Trinidad & Tobago, USA: Sparrow Backs Obama

“The Mighty Sparrow is comparable as a lyricist only to Bob Marley and Jimmy Cliff in the Caribbean,” writes Abeng News Magazine – and proceeds to post a song by...

Colombia: March in Washington, DC

Plan Colombia and Beyond provides some thoughts from the Center for International Policy Associate Paola Castro, who writes, “As a Colombian-American citizen I feel really glad that the pro-peace and...

China: Bullhorn Moment

Enka compares the bullhorn photo of Premier Wen Jiabo with a bullhorn photo of Bush.

India: Obama or Clinton?

Reflecting on Super Tuesday in the U.S, Blowin’ In The Wind takes a closer look at the difference between Obama and Clinton.

India: Run-up to Super Tuesday

Indian Muslims Blog rounds up the process of presidential elections in the U.S. as of a day before Super Tuesday.

India: How the US elects

Elections in the US can appear quite muddled-up to an outsider. confused of calcutta explains the various stages of the presidential elections.

USA: Voices Without Votes

There are few subjects that spark the imagination of bloggers worldwide - and United States foreign policy is one of them. Today, Global Voices is launching a new website with...

U.S.: Presidential Candidates on Putin and Russia

Siberian Light examines “what each of the remaining US presidential candidates has to say about Russia and about our hero Vladimir Putin, the mighty President they all hope one day...

Iran:Breast kisser sentenced

Dime a Zone writes that an Iranian PhD student in St. John’s, Newfoundland in Canada was sentenced to an additional 18 days in prison for sexually assaulting a woman on...

Armenia: Blogging Congressmen

The Armenian-American Political Action Committee, a new U.S.-based Diasporan lobbying group, has started its own blog. Unlike most Armenian blogs, however, those writing for it are two U.S. Congressmen, Frank...

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