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Overcoming negative stereotypes in the South Caucasus

Daniel Maree | Posted 05.25.2011 | World
Daniel Maree

This guest post was written by Onnik Krikorian and originally appeared on the World Development Report 2011 blog on August 6, 2010. In the 16 yea...

Citizen Media: Drown Out the Noise

Ruthie Ackerman | Posted 05.25.2011 | World
Ruthie Ackerman

What makes (the best of) today's journalism different is that citizen journalists the world over have the opportunity to share their hyperlocal, interactive, personal portrayals of their communities.

Media Literacy 101: Losing Our Ability to Listen to the World (in English)

Susan Moeller | Posted 05.25.2011 | Technology
Susan Moeller

The decision to allow Web addresses to be written completely in non-Latin alphabets isn't just a huge deal for most of Asia, the Middle East and wide swaths of the rest of the world. It's a huge deal for Americans.

The World Is Not Undecided

Jillian York | Posted 05.25.2011 | Home
Jillian York

A quick glance at the global blogosphere and it's clear who the world wants for president: Barack Obama. The international community likes his charisma, foreign policy, take on the issues, and that he's so different from Bush.

U.S. Election Gets Global Community Talking About What Needs To Happen In America

Hanna Ingber Win | Posted 05.25.2011 | Home
Hanna Ingber Win

Much of the international community has been watching the U.S. presidential campaign with keen interest -- in the results as well as in the daily drama (including discussion of lipstick on pigs and the Alaskan view of Russia).