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Ever wondered what the Arabic papers are saying?

The Economist has a very interesting summary of what the Arabic papers are saying about the Tunisian revolution. They got the translations from Meedan, a not-for-profit company that aims to promote dialogue between English and Arabic-speakers through translating web content … Continue reading

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Socialist International expels Tunisian dictator’s party

Better late than never. But Carl Bildt’s awkward question remains: how could the RCD be allowed to become and stay a full member in the first place? It has imposed its police state on Tunisia for over 50 years. Between … Continue reading

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Touché to Carl Bildt

The Tunisia dictatorship party RCD is full member of Socialist International. How could that have been tolerated? Some explaining to do. — Carl Bildt (@carlbildt) January 17, 2011 Sweden’s Foreign Minister (and avid Tweeter and blogger) tweets an embarrassing fact. … Continue reading

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