The New Yorker’s Seymour Hersh examines the Bush administration’s desire to deal militarily with Iran. That’s quite a “legacy” for George W. Bush.
How do 70 opinionated people from around the world make up their collective minds? Easy. They use an opinion spectrometer.
Noam Chomsky explains why US presidential elections leave the “public irrelevant”:
How and why many Jews and Zionists hate the Palestinians.
The Cairo-based Arabic Network for Human Rights Information reports on yet another example of apartheid Israel: The Arabic Network for Human Rights Information “ANHRI.Net”condemns the detention of Palestinian Journalist Mohammad Omer Mughir by Israeli Occupation Forces. Muhammad was detained, assaulted and interrogated on June 27th upon his return to Gaza after receiving the 2008 Martha…
I’ve met countless bloggers and writers from around the world at the Global Voices Citizen Summit 2008 in Budapest. One, Kristen Taylor, works at the Miami-based Knight Foundation, a sponsor of the event. Her blog post, Rock and Roll Dreams Come True, features a beautiful photo essay about a particular American phenomenon.
A blog post and news article from The Economist about the Global Voices Citizen Media Summit 2008 in Budapest. Around 200 people from every corner of the globe have gathered here in Hungary. I’ll be writing much more over the coming days and weeks about the event, but it’s been fascinating to discuss online censorship…
My speech today at the Global Voices internet censorship conference in Budapest was streamed live across the world (starts at one minute): Webcast powered by Ustream.TV The event was liveblogged, too.
Since it went into effect last week, at least eight violations of the new ceasefire agreement with Hamas and the Palestinian factions have been recorded, a UN source told Ynet on Thursday. According to the source, seven violations were committed by the IDF, while the Palestinians are responsible for just one.
I gave the following speech at the Global Voices Citizen Media Summit 2008 in Budapest today: NGO’s and on-the ground activists: Defending the Voices How can NGOs seeking to advance freedom of expression most effectively work with on-the-ground free speech activists to combat censorship? As a journalist, author and blogger living in Sydney, Australia, the…