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International Affairs

NAM original coverage, youth media stories and ethnic media articles on international affairs and U.S. foreign policy. For more information on NAM's coverage on these issues, contact Andrew Lam at alam [at] newamericamedia [dot] org.

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US-Sponsored Arab TV Station Spotlights Women Others Ignore

New America Media, News Report, Jalal Ghazi, Apr 15, 2010

Single mothers or rape victims rarely show up on Arab television. One program gives women challenging these taboos a weekly slot. The irony is it is a station funded by the U.S. Congress.

Chinese President Makes First Trip to Washington

China Daily USA, News Report, Tan Yingzi, Li Xiaokun and Wu jiao , Apr 13, 2010

In his first visit to the United States, Chinese President Hu discusses the revaluation of Chinese currency and sanctions against Iran.


Call it 'Elections in Sudan'

Mosaic Intelligence Report, Video, Jamal Dajani, Apr 03, 2010

In a report released on Tuesday, the Brussels-based International Crisis Group accused the government in Khartoum of using flawed census figures to draft unfair election laws and skew electoral districts in favor of the ruling National Congress Party.

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Philippine Election Fraud: The Fix Is In

Inquirer.net, Op-Ed, Rodel Rodis, Apr 02, 2010

Filipino-American columnist Rodel Rodis believes the new computerized system alone for the Philippine presidential elections in May will not get rid of widespread voting fraud.

Stop Blaming China for America's Woes

China Daily USA, Editorial, Colin Speakman, Apr 02, 2010

The U.S. administration seems to be trying to convince its public of an untruth: that China is the true cause of Americas economic woes and that China possesses weapons of mass economic destruction.


UN Seeks New Model of Cooperation to Rebuild Haiti

Al Jazeera English, Video, Cath Turner, Mar 31, 2010

Some of the world's best known NGOs came together in New York to discuss how to rebuild Haiti. But questions remain about how the NGOs and the government will work together.

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Filipinos in Texas Concerned About Pacquiaos Candidacy

FilAmStar.net, News Report, Nicholas Von Wettberg, Mar 26, 2010

Pacquiao is the Filipino people's champ in the boxing ring, but his political interests have made many Pinoys in Texas feeling uneasy about his candidacy for a congressional seat in the Philippine elections this May.

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Iraq: Elections But No Stability

Mosaic Intelligence Report, Video , Jamal Dajani, Mar 19, 2010

Friday marked the seventh anniversary of the start of the Iraq War. In 2003, the architects of the war envisioned that the toppling of Saddam Hussein would lead to the birth of a democratic Iraq. But Iraqis are still searching for stability.

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S.F. March Highlights Indian Female Infanticide

India West, News Report, Sunita Sohrabji, Mar 12, 2010

Nearly one hundred people marched to the Indian consulate in San Francisco to draw attention to the urgent issue of female infanticide in India.

On the Road with Evo

New America Now, Audio, Sandip Roy, Mar 09, 2010

Tupac Saavedra discusses Hilary Clinton's recent trip to Latin America. He is the director of On the Road with Evo, a PBS Frontline/World documentary about Bolivian president Evo Morales' election campaign.

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