Welcome to this week's Worldwide Opinions blog carnival. It's great to see another brilliant selection of entries, covering such diverse view and themes - keep them coming. And if you would like to take part there is a link to the submission page at the end of this post. OK, onwards and upwards . . .
Abdulla Yasir presents Is it democratic reform or developmental reform that the Maldives seek? posted at Abdulla Yasir's Blog.
Dan Harris presents Cho Has No Connection With Either China Or Korea posted at China Law Blog, saying, "My heartfelt views on the VT killings. Comments help make the post."
John Hill presents What Can We Do About Climate Change? posted at Universe Of Success.
Doug Ragan presents Have you been called a Traitor? posted at I'm a Pundit Too.
Al Nye presents North Korea Keeps $25 Million And Gives U.S. The Finger posted at Al Nye The Lawyer Guy.
Madeleine Begun Kane presents Serenade For The First Sufferers (Political Song Parody) posted at Mad Kane's Political Madness.
Sammy Benoit presents The U.N. GETS ANOTHER VISIT FROM THE FROM THE IDIOT FAIRY posted at YID With LID.
Brooklyn Dissentator presents America's tragedy response posted at The Dissentators, saying, "The events at Virginia Tech ocurred while I was traveling abroad. Upon my return I realized that America may be getting too good at our response to tragedy."
Adam Graham presents Integrity: a forgotten word in Washington D.C. posted at BlogForCox.com.
That concludes this edition. Thank you to every one who took part.
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