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Zimbabwe judge says military action against Mugabe was legal

Politics / US Politics : Washington Watch

A Zimbabwean High Court judge has ruled that the military action leading to Robert Mugabe's resignation was legal. High Court Judge George Chiweshe on Friday ruled that the military's actions … Click to Continue »

Foreign accent syndrome; what scares Google’s Eric Schmidt; and more morning news

News : BlogPost

WORLD: Egypt’s government didn’t change “Egypt has been run since 1952 by a military dictatorship. It is still run by a military dictatorship,” Fareed Zakaria speaks about his bleak outlook on Egypt’s revolution. WORLD: Mladic heade...

Brazil: Activists Protest in Memory of Military Dictatorship

News / International Affairs : Global Voices

A number of cities throughout Brazil held both real and virtual events to remember Brazil's Military Dictatorship (1964-1985). Activists held protests to push for punishing the Dictatorship's criminals and to fully open the still cl...

Chile: Controversy Over Change from ‘Dictatorship' to ‘Military Government' in School Textbooks

News / International Affairs : Global Voices

Greg Weeks explains the controversy over a decision to use ‘military government' instead of ‘dictatorship' in school textbooks: “Even if children don't bother reading them, their teachers will be using them to frame their own discus...

Thai Military Junta Rigs Constitutional Referendum, Preserves Dictatorship

Academics / Political Science : Cato @ Liberty

The Thai people voted on the latest constitution pushed by the reigning military junta. By banning any opposition, General/Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha won approval to continue his dictatorship from behind the scenes. For decade...

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