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Global Voices on The Economist

Global Voices and The Economist

Thanks to a special arrangement, Global Voices authors from around the world now occasionally submit articles to The Economist's Babbage blog about technology.

These articles differ from typical Global Voices posts in that they are usually more sharply analytical and do not reference as broad a range of citizen media. Also, according to a longstanding Economist tradition, the author is not named.

All stories are reviewed and published by an Economist editor and are republished on Global Voices soon after.

For more information contact Global Voices’ Managing Editor, Solana Larsen.

What we do: Global Voices bloggers report on how citizens use the internet and social media to make their voices heard, often translating from other languages.

Global Voices on The Economist

2010

02 Nov – Why they're cheering for Dilma in Sofia [Global Voices / Eastern approaches]
18 Oct – TGIF v the Naverland gingerbread house [Global VoicesBabbage]
08 Sep – Paraguayans, their paramours and the MP7 [Global Voices / Babbage]
25 Aug – Russia: It's not the Kremlin [Global Voices / Babbage]
02 Aug – South Korea: Samsung, patriots and the iPhone [Global Voices / Babbage]
12 Jul – Paraguay: The president's alleged tweets [Global Voices / Babbage]

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