Stories from 27 February 2008
Ukrainiana writes about president Yushchenko's views on Ukrainian public education.
The beatroot reports on Maciej Giertych's fear of feminism.
Robert Amsterdam links to a YouTube video of Hillary Clinton trying to pronounce Dmitry Medvedev's last name.
The Czech Daily Word links to a Czech-language blog of a Czech soldier stationed in Iraq.
According to Belgrade 2.0, Serbia's capital has mysteriously disappeared from Facebook: “Anyway, there are couple of groups now fighting to get Serbian cities back on the list of hometowns, since about 70 thousand Serbs that are already on Facebook just lost that option. Unfortunately, the protesters are not being very...
Moscow Through Brown Eyes reviews the coverage of a recent surge in ethnically-motivated violence in Moscow: “A month ago in my relatively sleepy bedroom community, a young Tadzhik citizen was stabbed thirty-six times. He died in the courtyard that my bedroom window looks out onto. I read about his attack...
7aki Fadi, from Jordan, was slapped – again. Click here to find out why.
Saudi blogger Saudi Jeans discusses a talk by Saudi King Faisal Center for Research and Islamic Studies head Prince Turki Al Faisal on Saudi diplomacy.
Strong rains may continue through the months of March and April in Ecuador writes La Voz de Guamote [es]. The country has been hit with heavy flooding at the beginning of 2008.
Unzipped comments on local news reports examining the unsavory past of some former officials detained by police after switching to the opposition since last week's election. Regardless, the blog says, as they have been arrested now only because of their new allegiances, they can therefore be considered political prisoners.
The first Presidential debate powered by citizen media platform Peopo was held on Feb 24. Two candidates running for President answers 20 questions raised by citizens who use Youtube-like video clips to express their wishes and problems.
Blogger Eatbees discusses the differences between the American and Moroccan justice (or injustice systems).
Leila Abu Saba writes about how readers find their way to her blog.
‘Kissinger thinks (or at least he pretends to think) that Iran has dreams of rekindling old Persian dreams of domination. He also says Bush will be looked upon more favorably in less than 50 years,” writes Iraqi blogger Abbas Hawazin, who further explains his position from a possible civil war...
Chapati Mystery on the idea of “decline scenario” in interpreting history – implying that South Asia was already in decline before colonization.
Blowin’ In The Wind on the performance of Clinton and Obama at the debate in Cleveland.
Deane's Dimension on reforms in the higher education system in Sri Lanka.
Me & Me Blog from Sri Lanka on why marriage is an outdated concept.
Blogdai smells a rat as the Madhesi agitation increases with the announcement of elections in Nepal.
Vivir México [es] writes about the new archaeological ruins found around the Mexico City zócalo (main plaza).
Emirati Ben Kerishan blogger (Arabic) provides a concise, humorous and insightful summary of the history of development of Salafist Wahhabism in Saudi Arabia, one of the most dangerous evils in our present world, writes Iraqi blogger Abbas Hawazin in this post.