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· February, 2011

Stories about North America from February, 2011

Russia: Internet Freedom As Cold War 2.0

Gregory Asmolov analyzes bloggers' reactions to the Internet Freedom speech by Hillary Clinton.

USA: From Utah to Egypt, Ideas for the Net

Cuba: What do the Cables from Havana Say? (Part III)

In the last part of a series on WikiLeaks and Cuba, author Elaine Díaz analyzes the content of cables regarding the Cuban opposition and the role of bloggers.

China: The fable of donkey island and piggy island

Libya: Obama Speaks, Tweeps Heckle

United States President Barack Obama broke his silence on Libya in a speech at the White House on Wednesday, but his words did little to satisfy the listening masses on...

Rwanda: Is it Denver Dictatorship Conference?

USA: Journalists, Lawyers Forced to Handover Data At Airports

Africa: Africa 2.0: Achieving Growth Through Innovation

Puerto Rico: Congressman Condemns Human Rights Abuses

Brazil/USA: “Can the US shutdown the Internet?”

Cuba: Cyberwar? Video Sparks Debate, Anger, Skepticism

A video posted February 1st on Vimeo features a 52-minute presentation on new information technologies and a “ciberguerra” allegedly being waged on Cuba by the United States government and US-based...

China: Apple's new supplier responsibility report

Cuba: What do the Cables from Havana Say? (Part II)

Speculation about the health of the former President of Cuba, Fidel Castro Ruz, was one of the main issues discussed in various cables revealed by WikiLeaks. In this second part...

Pakistan: Protests Against Impunity for US Diplomat Raymond Davis

Raymond Davis, an American diplomatic staff, is under investigation for the double murder of two Pakistani motorcyclists in Karachi, Pakistan. Following the US demand to release Davis, the protesters took...

Cuba: What do the Cables from Havana Say? (Part I)

Around 506 diplomatic cables of the 250,000 released by WikiLeaks on November 28, 2010 proceed from the American Section with Interests in Havana. Until February 2011, only 34 messages had...

Jamaica, U.S.A.: Virtual Reality

Egypt: Children, Fish and Cats Ask Mubarak to Leave

Children, fish and even cats, have joined millions of Egyptians in their call for an end to the Mubarak regime.

China: QQ and the American Dream

Global: Thoughts on interfaith harmony and world peace

In this, the first, World Interfaith Harmony Week, people from all faiths have been getting together to forget about differences and promote religious tolerance and dialogue based on the mantras...

Egypt: “The West Faces Another Bosnia Moment”

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