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· December, 2010

Stories about Ideas from December, 2010

10 December 2010

Jamaica: On the Internet

Serbia: Novelists Participate in “Blog Day” Project

On Dec. 8, one of the Serbian publishing houses launched an interesting project: called Blog Day, it represents a unique example of web activism in Serbia that will be taking...

8 December 2010

Bermuda: The Black Male Perspective

Debate on the China Model

Last month the British Prime Minister David Cameron visited China. After he had delivered his speech at Peking University, a student asked him what he could learn from China. The...

6 December 2010

Guyana: Notes on Caribbean Writers

Japan: A Quiet Revolution by the NEET [Not in Education, Employment, or Training]

In a post titled "Revolution of the NEET (lol)", Sayuri Tamaki explores a new breed of NEET and how they are changing the country.

Lebanon: Blogging Lebanon Ends

Japan: Cartoon Blog

5 December 2010

Iran: Bloggers discuss Wikileaks documents

The Wikleaks Cablegate documents exposed shady ties between Iran and Afghanistan; inside information about the Iranian regime and opposition; and fear in the Arab region of Iran's nuclear policy. Iranian...

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