We haven't done a blog roundup for a couple of weeks, so it's time.
¡No Pasarán! links to these pro-Cuban-democracy bloggers; their current campaign is in favor of "Cuban independence from Spain."
The Glittering Eye exposes Japanese chicanery in an attempt to start whaling again. There's no need to kill whales. People can eat plenty of other things. I know it's not a major issue, but I want whaling to be completely banned.
The Bad Rash has links to the dozans of minor parties running in the upcoming municipal and regional elections. Some of them are pretty weird.
Rare agreement between South of Watford and Iberian Notes: The Ecclestone-Camps thing in Valencia was totally bogus. Also, Playing Chess with the Dead continues its coverage of the Madrid bombings trial.
Roncesvalles is justifiably indignant. Not for sensitive souls.
Pejman has a whack at Andrew Sullivan and Ron Paul. Outside the Beltway has more.
Pave France reports on the Sarkozy cabinet, with lots of links.
Observing Hermann comments on Sarko's trip to Berlin.
A Fistful of Euros has thoughts on Eurovision and who is really European.
The Rottweiler chews off several of the Demo Cong's body parts.
Barcepundit points out more French hypocrisy, and hopes that Sarkozy will put an end to it.
Biased BBC has more evidence that the network is aware it might be just a little pro-Labour.
The Brussels Journal has a long, thoughtful post on multiculturalism and Communism.
Colin Davies comments on the Spanish economy and customer service in Spain.
Davids Medienkritik got an interview with Brent Scowcroft. Definitely check it out.
Eursoc opines on Gordon Brown and the EU.
Fausta warns of creeping censorship in Europe and America.
Kaleboel thinks the Generalitat's MinCulPop is nuts. Me too.