Mars 2012

Nyeste oppdateringer er alltid øverst:


  • Joshua E. Keating: Celebretarian Intervention. When did Hollywood become Washington for good-looking people? ow.ly/9Over
  • Adam Finck: How Kony 2012 succeeded beyond our wildest expectations. 100 Million Viewers Can't Be Wrong ow.ly/9OsYl
  • Niels Nagelhus Schia & Øyvind Eggen: Afrika – et kontinent på opptur. (hvorhenderdet) ow.ly/9OsBC
  • Jonathan Masters: Al-Qaeda in Iraq ow.ly/9FSPm
  • Alan Sked: Why Would Anyone Want to Join the EU? ow.ly/9FQSG
  • David Rieff: The Road to Hell Is Paved with Viral Videos ow.ly/9FQuc
  • Patrick Meier: #UgandaSpeaks: Al-Jazeera uses Ushahidi to Amplify Local Voices in Response to #Kony2012 ow.ly/9FPrq
  • Jason Mogus: Why your non-profit won't make a KONY 2012 ow.ly/9FNQu
  • Jenkins, H. (2012, March 12). Contextualizing #Kony2012: Invisible Children, Spreadable Media, and Transmedia Activism. ow.ly/9FMti
  • Gilad Lotan: KONY2012: See How Invisible Networks Helped a Campaign Capture the World’s Attention ow.ly/9FGrf
  • Ethan Zuckerman: Useful reads on Kony 2012 ow.ly/9FGhy
  • Mareike Schomerus et al.:KONY 2012 and the Prospects for Change. Examining the Viral Campaign ow.ly/9E6tB
  • Christian Caryl: Let’s Stop Miscasting Africans. A tale of two films ow.ly/9E5VN
  • Jonathan Schanzer: Iran's War in Gaza ow.ly/9E55H
  • Mark Fitzpatrick: The Parchin Trap. Don't count on the IAEA uncovering a smoking gun at Iran's military complex. ow.ly/9E4oh

  • Ivar Windheim: Konfliktbildet 2010–2011 hvorhenderdet / NUPI ow.ly/9E48z
  • Mykola Riabchuk: Russian politics: the burden of national myths ow.ly/9E3NQ
  • Lyduine Ruronona: Changing lives in Burundi: "Now I am no longer beaten" ow.ly/9E3Gt
  • Charlie Skelton: Kony 2012 is about now – right now. Get with the programme! ow.ly/9E3vx
  • Javier Solana: Whose Sovereignty? ow.ly/9E2YT
  • Jørgen Svarstad: USA ser deg på Facebook ow.ly/9E2ky
  • David Bamman et all: Censorship and deletion practices in Chinese social media ow.ly/9Ctg4
  • Andrei Lankov: Let North Korea Keep Its Nukes ow.ly/9Bet1
  • Dmitri Trevin: Why the opposition lost to Putin ow.ly/9AdpS
  • Nicj Hopkins: China suspected of Facebook attack on Nato's supreme allied commander ow.ly/9zFyp
  • Patrick Meier: Innovation and Counter-Innovation: Digital Resistance in Russia ow.ly/9zEXS
  • Nicholas Eberstadt: The Islamic World's Quiet Revolution it's all about demographics. ow.ly/9zErI
  • Joshua Yaffa: Russia's Activists Regroup. The Opposition's Bourgeois Balancing Act ow.ly/9y7sV
  • Dana Sofi: Two contrasting types of ethnic relations: the case of two cities of Kurdistan/Iraq ow.ly/9y74p
  • Michael Wilkerson: Kony is not in Uganda (and other complicated things). Comment upon Invisible Children viral video ow.ly/9wGsz
  • David Batty: Vatican becomes latest Anonymous hacking victim ow.ly/9wG3R
  • Spencer Ackerman: Viral Video Hopes to Spur Arrest of War Criminal (It's Kony) ow.ly/9wF5b. Se videoen fra Invisible Children under eller les mer i boksen på Krig, konflikt og konfliktløsning

  • Closr.it - Women in parliament (zoombart kart) ow.ly/9wEe3
  • Jonathan Laurence: France's Beef With Islam. Presidential candidates arguing over, of all things, halal meat. ow.ly/9wDO1
  • Trefor Moss: From the Norwegian Coast Guard to ..., 8 surprising winners of China's massive military buildup. ow.ly/9wDFx
  • Obar et al.: Advocacy 2.0: Social Media as Tools for Facilitating Civic Engagement and Collective Action. ow.ly/9vfW2
  • Council on Foreign Relations: Campaign 2012 - The Candidates on Defense Policy ow.ly/9vfJm
  • Michael Peck: Couch of Duty. Video games are lousy propaganda. ow.ly/9vfAH
  • Jonathan Turley: Obama's Kill Doctrine. Only assassinate Americans after administrative "due process".http://ow.ly/9vfny
  • Jonas Gahr Støre: In defense of dialogue. Se video fra TED under

  • Alexanyan et al.: Exploring Russian Cyberspace: Digitally-Mediated Collective Action and the Networked Public Sphere ow.ly/9qGao
  • Deibert et al: Cyclones in cyberspace: Information shaping and denial in 2008 Russia–Georgia war ow.ly/9qEKO & bit.ly/ABkUai
  • Robert Young Pelton: Kill the Messenger. (Grozny and Homs: Make sure no one -- not even the story -- gets out). ow.ly/9qEcC
  • Shmuel Rosner: America's Israel Obsession ow.ly/9qDZ8
  • Daniel Levy: Netanyahu Won't Attack Iran (probably) ow.ly/9qDOC
  • Christopher Anzalon: Nigeria and Boko Haram in jihadi media discourse ow.ly/9qDIH
  • Nick Malkoutzis: Is Greece a Failed State? Not yet. But it’s running out of time -- and money. ow.ly/9pd2J
  • Andrew C. Kuchins: The End of the 'Reset'. Why Putin's Re-Election Means Turbulence Ahead ow.ly/9pcE7
  • Anne Marie Slaughter: Women in Foreign Policy (se video under)



  • Joshua Yaffa: The People vs. Vladimir Putin. The Russian Middle Class Campaigns Against the Kremlin ow.ly/9nP0z
  • Mark Fitzpatrick: Leap Day in North Korea. Barack Obama's nuclear deal with Pyongyang is a modest success - ow.ly/9nOTa
  • The Guardian: The world's undersea internet cables (Interactive Map) ow.ly/9m7MX
  • Ellen Nakashima: When is a cyberattack a matter of defense? ow.ly/9m7iJ
  • David Rothkopf: Brazil's New Swagger. South America's emerging superpower is coming into its own. ow.ly/9m6wu
  • Anders Grøn Kjelsrud : Økonomisk nedtur i Vesten (NUPI: Hvor hender det) ow.ly/9m6jk
  • Ziba Mir-Hosseini: Iranian responses to the “Arab spring”: appropriation and contestation ow.ly/9m6ed
  • Philip Mirowsk: The underwhelming response of the American economics profession to the crisis. ow.ly/9m658
  • Wheeler Winston Dixon: The Great Wikipedia Blackout, The Stop Online Piracy Act, and You ow.ly/9kAIj
  • Council on Foreign Relations: The Global Human Rights Regime ow.ly/9kAg4
  • Jonathan Schanzer: Saudi Arabia Is Arming the Syrian Opposition ow.ly/9kzMC
  • Susan B. Glasser: Nasty Electoral Rhetoric Goes Global. Putin's reelection strategy: Blame the world for everything. ow.ly/9kzDy
  • Patrick Meyer: Mobile Technologies, Crisis Mapping & Disaster Response (Manuscript of Talk at #WMC12) ow.ly/9iYiK
  • Joshua E. Keating: Shots Fired. The 10 worst cyberattacks ow.ly/9iXUr
  • John Arquilla: Cyberwar Is Already Upon Us. But can it be controlled? ow.ly/9iXs4
  • Thomas Rid: Think Again: Cyberwar. Don't fear the digital bogeyman. Virtual conflict is still more hype than reality.http://ow.ly/9iXkA
  • David Rothkopf: Supercitizens and Semistates. The global elites that really run the world. ow.ly/9iX0K
  • John Naughton: Tech giants have power to be political masters as well as our web ones. ow.ly/9ikQG