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Ronda Hauben is a researcher, writer and freelance journalist, who has spent the past 14 years studying, writing and participating in online media. Along with Michael Hauben, she wrote 'Netizens: On the History and Impact of Usenet and the Internet' which is a pioneering study of the history and social impact of Internet. A print edition of Netizens appeared in 1997 in English and also in Japanese. The book was put online in 1994. The url for the online version is: http://www.columbia.edu/~hauben/netbook/
No. Article Date
'What Does Democracy Look Like?'
Protesters turn out in D.C. to oppose the war
51
Talking to some of the people marching nearby, one pointed out that for each person here there were at least 50 who hadn... >>more
2007.01.29
States Call for Security Council Reform
Nonpermanent members push for change in first meeting under Ban Ki-moon
52
The issue of reform of the Security Council has been been frustrating many nations, as the five permanent members who po... >>more
2007.01.10
At Lunch with Ban Ki-Moon
Reporting from the U.N. on Jan. 2, 2007
53
I introduced myself to Ban telling him that I write for OhmyNews International, which is a South Korean newspaper, and I... >>more
2007.01.03
Is Tehran the New Baghdad?
[Analysis] Resolution 1737 warns us that Iraq's fate can be repeated
54
Iran maintains that the resolution imposing sanctions is a hostile act by the Security Council denying Iran its sovereig... >>more
2006.12.30
Qatar Urges Dialogue Between Iran and the U.N.
Reporting from the United Nations -- Dec. 21, 2006
55
Responding as a representative of Qatar, and not in his official capacity as Security Council President, the ambassador ... >>more
2006.12.22
Ban Ki-moon Inaugurated
Pledges to uphold the interests of the United Nations above all else
56
The press conference was dominated by questions from reporters for large mainstream media organizations. Ban has by now ... >>more
2006.12.15
Citizen Journalism Brought to Germany
'Reader's Edition': New web site modeled on OhmyNews
57
Martin is proposing that Reader's Edition become a community platform for NGO's and others who want to have access to pu... >>more
2006.12.13
The Facade of U.S. Democracy and Election 2006
Only more democracy can save democracy
58
The question of whether citizens have any means of participating in the decisions of government officials is critical wh... >>more
2006.11.07
Indymedia Journalist Murdered in Mexico
Brad Will shot dead while filming a documentary of the struggle in Oaxaca
59
Brad was shot by such a paramilitary group while he was filming the protesters at one of the barricades, at Santa Lucia ... >>more
2006.10.31
The Future of the Korean Peninsula
South Korean Ambassador to the UN Choi Young-jin Participates in Columbia Seminar
60
A seminar about the problems of the Korean Peninsula with the Korean Ambassador to the U.N., Choi Young-jin, was held at... >>more
2006.10.24
The Problem Facing the U.N.
Can Ban Ki-moon help solve the problem with the Security Council?
61
That North Korea can claim that it felt compelled to develop a nuclear device, is a signal that the current regime of po... >>more
2006.10.16
Democracy Under Attack in the U.S.
[Opinion] New law passed by Congress reminiscent of Hitler's Enabling Act
62
Essentially, it provides legal cover for the executive branch of government to violate the rights of the people in the U... >>more
2006.10.03
Radical Changes at New York's Met Opera
New performance ideas to recruit younger audiences
63
The "Madame Butterfly" dress rehearsal of the opera, was a first for the Met, offering an opera free to a packed audienc... >>more
2006.09.28
How to Solve the Problems of Globalization
Joseph Stiglitz and Evo Morales offer differing views
64
Stiglitz acknowledges that globalization is currently not working. That countries and regions of the world are becoming ... >>more
2006.09.26
Protest Outside U.N. as Bush Speaks
New Yorkers demonstrate their opposition to Iraq war
65
Other demonstrators were dressed in T-shirts with slogans like, "I hated Bush before it was Cool." One sign carried by a... >>more
2006.09.20
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