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22 March 2007

Stories from 22 March 2007

Uzbekistan: Outside Looking In

Tajikistan: Chopping -ov

Armenia: Yezidi Election Divisions

China: Homeowners hold their ground

How does China's landmark, much-blogged about new property law relate to the average citizen? An illustration comes with the decision by two residents of central China's Chongqing Municipality to hold...

Kyrgyzstan: Military Mars Navruz

Central Asia: Celebrating Navruz

Ukraine: Lutsenko's Problems

Russia: Problems at MGU

Poland: Anti-Abortion; Iraq War

Egypt: A First for Parliament

Egypt: Gamal Faints

Slovenia: A Roundup

Russia, Central Asia: Interview With Nathan Hamm

Russia: Billionaires and the “Elite”

Bulgaria, Libya: Tripoli Six in the Economist

Eastern Europe: Edward Lucas Roundup

Ukraine: Lutsk Artists

Part Two: Inside the school of the Egyptian blogosphere

Source: original image from Baheyya (photoshopped), text in Arabic from Misr Digital (Read Part One of this article here) In order to better understand this highly organized Egyptian blogosphere and...

Russia: The Turkish Invasion

Part One: Inside the school of the Egyptian blogosphere

Source: original image from Baheyya (photoshopped), text in Arabic from Misr Digital It is being made clear almost daily that the dynamism of the Egyptian bloggers isn’t just online; the...

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