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NATO Review – Social media: can it hurt democracy too? (w/subtitles) NATO Review – Social media: can it hurt democracy too? (w/subtitles)

Social Media: can it hurt democracy too? President Obama’s 2008 election campaign was seen as a triumph of social media for democracy. Candidate Obama’s Facebook page had 2 million friends. The Obama 2008 campaign was really a textbook case of how to put social media to work for political purposes. Obama’s YouTube channel attracted more…

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Is Myanmar Finally Becoming A Democracy? Is Myanmar Finally Becoming A Democracy?

After nearly 50 years of being ruled as a military dictatorship, Myanmar began its transition towards a democratic government in 2010. Now, the country is seeing a general election, which may just threaten the remaining military power controlling the quasi-democracy. So we wanted to know, is Myanmar going through a political revolution? To bring you…

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Myanmar’s Slow Transition To Democracy Myanmar’s Slow Transition To Democracy

Coming to Myanmar is for me a profoundly personal journey into my own family history, My father was born here, and carved out a successful career as a doctor until the military siezed control in 1962 Targeted by the state for being an Indian national, he was forced to abandon his home and flee overseas…

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Message from ARSA's Cheif Hf Ataullah to Rohingyas community Message from ARSA's Cheif Hf Ataullah to Rohingyas community

al hamdulillah Maserati was her mother I feel MBA while mousseline nabina muhammad wa ala aalihi wa sahbihi wa barakaatuh selling a mother I would build initiative rajim bismillah al rahman al rahim yeah you had a dinner maloja Hakata party here what at hamilton allah wa antum muslim hoon who I thought you only…

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