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Kat Aaron
Journalists Need to Fight For Net Neutrality
News organizations that rely on
data-heavy and crowdsourced reporting,
cannot remain silent on an open Internet.
Romesh Ratnesar
Egyptians Waiting for U.S. to Stand Alongside Them
Washington should step off the sidelines and embrace the demonstrators' democratic cause -- even at the cost of stability.
Will We Ever Capture Osama Bin Laden?
Not likely, says Peter Bergen. The terrorist leader will
likely die years from now in the comfort of his own bed.
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Reading Skills Develop Outside the Classrom
Research continues to support the conclusion
that success in reading depends on skills the
child gains long before they reach the classroom.
Amjad Atallah
New Reality for Peace in Wake of Palestine Papers
Time will tell if Al Jazerra's disclosure of Palestinian negotiation documents will encourage or hamper future peace efforts.
Open Technology Initiative
Reporting 2.0
In the age of WikiLeaks, media outlets will
need to work hand-in-hand with technologists
to create new models of investigative reporting.
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Egypt
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Middle East
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