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Digital Politics Censorship: Lebanon and Viber, Reddit and Snowden, France and Twitter

Tech companies are changing the way people communicate. And guess what, governments are losing the control battle. Digital politics censorship is not a game you wanna be engaged in unprepared. A few months ago, when I wrote why Edward Snowden … Continue reading

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The Ukraine crisis press review: Simplistic representation of chaos

The situation in Ukraine is getting more and more complicated by the minute. If you trust mainstream media, standard shallow analysis of the Ukrainian issue, you’ll surely end up with the conclusion that the evil Russians and their tyrant president … Continue reading

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A note on searching for growth perspectives in the U.S and Europe

Back to writing my thoughts on international economics and politics after a short holiday break. September 2012 saw the publication of a comparative research paper by Robert J Gordon on the perspectives of U.S economic growth (http://www.cepr.org/pubs/PolicyInsights/PolicyInsight63.pdf).  The paper is … Continue reading

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