Stories from 2 November 2016
Netizen Report: Will Indonesians Enjoy the ‘Right to Be Forgotten’?
As Indonesians question a broad-reaching Right to Be Forgotten, Turkey blocks the Internet in Kurdistan, Vodafone lands in Iran, and Sweden takes a swipe at drone cameras.
Viewed from Central Asia, US Democracy Is Looking More and More Like the Region's Own Version
Clinton the Second or Trump the Great? The choices look pretty familiar to observers from one of the world's most authoritarian regions.
GV Face: How We're Feeling Six Days Before the US Elections
With just six days to go until this roller coaster of an election campaign is over, everyone's nerves are thoroughly frayed.
These Are the Stories of Teachers Who Resist Violence in Northern Paraguay
"The problem is cultural. The solution, cultural."
As Economic Crisis Deepens, Russians Switch from Vodka to Beer. And Moonshine.
The economic crisis in Russia is causing many alcohol drinkers to switch from vodka to beer, according to an article published in Gazeta.ru last week.
Big Fat Tajik Wedding Hides Nest of Central Asian Intrigue
A lavish wedding in Moscow has drawn gasps of envious amazement even from Russians inured to garish displays of wealth.