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17 November 2009

Stories from 17 November 2009

Barbados: Another Downgrade

Bermuda: Crossing the Rubicon

Barbados, Jamaica: The Politics of Homosexuality

Guyana: Autobiographical

Guyana: Vampire Snacks

Namibia: Justice wanted in forced sterilisation case

Africa: Allah is not obliged

Malawi: No guts, No Glory

Peru: Air Force Officer Charged with Spying for Chile

Peruvian Air Force Officer Victor Ariza Mendoza was arrested and charged with spying for Chile, which has increased the tension between the two countries, leading some to call for the...

China: Obama as a big supporter of non-censorship

China: Obama's Q & A session

India, Pakistan: The Sky Below

Ukraine: News and Views Roundup

Hungary: More on Imre Kertész's Interview

Czech Republic, Slovakia: Velvet Revolution, 20 Years On

Russia: Medvedev's Speech and IT; Twitter and the Police

Russia: Forbes Website

Slovenia, Russia: Thoughts on Blogging

Impact of ICT on Indigenous Cultures: Rejuvenation or Colonization?

The Future of ICT for Development

Can ICT truly preserve and protect distinct identities and culture? The cultural debate surrounding deployment of ICT in the field of indigenous/ knowledge and culture simply refuses to die down.