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· October, 2010

Stories about Russia from October, 2010

29 October 2010

CEE: IKEA

27 October 2010

Russia: Blogger Navalny Tries to Prove That Fighting Regime is Fun

RuNet Echo

One of the most prominent Russian bloggers that use the Internet for fighting corruption in Russia, Alexey Navalny, gives interview to "RuNet Echo" He contemplates if the blogosphere can have...

FSU: ‘The Road’ by Vasily Grossman

25 October 2010

Russia: Online Activism Success Stories

RuNet Echo

While Internet analysts across the Atlantic are busy arguing whether technology brings about social and political change or not, bloggers in Russia add their humble contributions to the debate, probably...

23 October 2010

Russia: Post-Emergency Sustainability of Crowdsourcing Projects

RuNet Echo

Gregory Asmolov analyzes the fate of the Ushahidi-based Help Map project after the wildfires have ended. What is the future of emergency projects and how can we make them more...

22 October 2010

Serbia: Children Get Military Training in Russian Camps

In the prime of the newest public discussion on patriotism and the origin of violence in the Serbian society, newspaper Danas reported that two years ago Serbian children, aged 11...

20 October 2010

Russia: Photos of Kurdish Refugees and Homeless People

Russia: “Scary Fairy Tales”

Venezuela: Nuclear Energy Deal with Russia

President Hugo Chávez met with his Russian counterpart, Dmitry Medvedev, in Russia on October 14. At the meeting they signed a "plan of action" on different issues; among them, building...

18 October 2010

Russia: New Video from Primorsky Krai Guerrillas

RuNet Echo

The story of the cop-killing gang in Russia's Far East continues, and Masha Egupova analyzes the new content.

Russian Newsweek Closes

Russia: Photos of Children's Camp Decorated as a Social Network

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