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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
Lessons From US Presidential Election Campaign
Failure of mainstream media to present accurate portrait of America
21
@US2008@The conversations I have had while in Europe have helped to clarify that the press is an important component of ... >>more
2008.11.05
US Media and the Breakdown in the Six-Party Talks
America reneges on action for action obligation to North Korea
22
In addition, George Bush failed to fulfill on his obligation to remove North Korea from the nations that sponsor terrori... >>more
2008.09.28
UN Security Council Reform in Focus
Public scrutiny and debate needed, not closed meetings
23
Most of the delegations to the UN maintain that there is a need for some change. What the change should be, however, is ... >>more
2008.09.14
North Korean Woodblock Prints on Exhibit at Korea Society in NYC
Exhibit helps to highlight need for more cultural exchanges between North Korea and other countries
24
The colors in the prints are vibrant. There are different textures portrayed. But most special are the details of workin... >>more
2008.09.10
Georgia: Resolutions Spark Controversy
Online discussion reflects vigilance over Georgian, Russian, NATO actions
25
While the controversy that exists inside the council is being reflected in some degree in the international mainstream m... >>more
2008.08.23
UN Could Have Done More in Georgia-Russia Conflict
Last week's Security Council meeting failed to foster needed communication
26
While the French, British, US, Chinese, Belgian and Croatian delegates noted that the situation was a grave one, it was ... >>more
2008.08.13
ICC Prosecutor's Indictment of Sudan's President Questioned
Journalists at UN press conference ask Ocampo about political motives
27
Both the Arab League and the African Union, two organizations of importance in Africa, condemned the action. The African... >>more
2008.07.28
S. Korea: New Media vs. Conservative Press
Netizens and the continuing struggle for democracy
28
The problem that citizens and netizens in South Korea are dealing with is the difficult one of how to supervise elected ... >>more
2008.07.24
Continuing the Struggle of June 10, 1987
Massive candlelight demonstration in South Korea marks celebration of democratic victory
29
The 1987 protests won a revision of the South Korean constitution to allow for the direct election of the president. The... >>more
2008.06.11
South Korean Gov't Mishandled Beef Deal
[Analysis] Korean netizens continue candlelight vigils
30
The catalyst setting off the protests was the Korean government's lifting of the ban on the import of US beef despite th... >>more
2008.06.08
Netizens Defy Western Media Fictions of China
Ronda Hauben on the 'anti-CNN' forum and Web site
31
His hope was that the anti-cnn forum on the Internet would make it possible to have comments on issues from a wide range... >>more
2008.05.08
International Cartoon Exhibit Opens at UN
In 'Cartoon Art for World Peace' horrors of war contrast yearning for peace
32
The ambassador to the UN from Turkey explained that the cartoons were "this time in the service of peace." In his openin... >>more
2008.03.19
US Dumps Dubious Data on IAEA to Discredit Iran
New UN sanctions on Iran come despite Iran-IAEA progress
33
There had been some opposition from the non permanent members of the Council to the imposition of a new set of sanctions... >>more
2008.03.06
Marathon UN Meeting on Gaza Goes Nowhere
The ability of the Security Council to function breaking down
34
The role of the Security Council under the UN charter is to deal with problems of peace and security. Yet for the second... >>more
2008.03.03
UN No Longer Seen as Impartial, Independent
What are the implications of a new book on UN diplomat Sergio Vieira de Mello?
35
Working on the biography of Vieira de Mello gave Power the chance to spend the past four years following in the footstep... >>more
2008.02.29
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