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April 2014 - May 2014

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2014 will be decisive in the battle to maintain freedom of the web, Ben Hammersley, contributing editor at Wired magazine

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An internet governance model for the 21st century, Michael Nelson and David Tennenhouse, Microsoft Corp

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Big Brother is cashing in on you, Caroline Baylon, Research Associate, International Security Department, Chatham House

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We cannot afford to forget Bosnia, Dr Christian Schwarz-Schilling, High Representative in Bosnia-Herzegovina, 2006-7

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Getting the poorest 4 billion online, Richard Allan, Facebook

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The crusade against cronyism that is shaking up India's political landscape, Siddharth Varadarajan, former Editor of The Hindu

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Eradicating polio is in the hands of the Muslim world, Dr Qanta Ahmed, Associate Professor of Medicine, State University of New York

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Why the West shouldn’t abandon Russia’s reluctant ‘little brother’, Chrystia Freeland, Liberal MP for Toronto Centre

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How to rein in Putin, Keir Giles, Director, Confllict Studies Research Centre

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Benazir's assassination: the case goes cold, Owen Bennett-Jones, freelance journalist and author

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New books: spotlight on the Middle East, Doris Carrion, Leonie Northedge, Ranj Alaaldin

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From the Editor, Alan Philps

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Notebook: Lindsey Hilsum, Chatham House

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Postcard from... Venice, Michael Binyon

February 2014 - March 2014

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Nigeria's economy is about to achieve global status, Razia Khan, Head of Africa Research, Standard Chartered bank

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Progress and crisis will march hand in hand in Nigeria, Elizabeth Donnelly, Assistant Head,Chatham House Africa Programme

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West Africa has vast marine wealth but it is being depleted by the world's highest levels of illegal fishing, Duncan Copeland, government fisheries enforcement adviser based in Liberia

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Diaspora's remittances are a relative advantage, Adams Bodomo, Professor of African Studies, University of Vienna

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Nigeria's bright young things mean business, Chikwe Ihekweazu, co-curator of TEDxEuston

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Britain's visa rules are a mess, Mary Dejevsky is a columnist for The Independent

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The vote that tied Britain’s hands, Alistair Burt MP, Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State, Foreign & Commonwealth Office 2010-13

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The certainties that underpin the Kingdom need reappraisal, Sir Tom Phillips, British Ambassador to Saudi Arabia 2010-12

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The people have lost their voice, Anthony Loyd, special correspondent, The Times

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The limits of strategic thinking, Michael Cox, Emeritus Professor, International Relations, LSE

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Reading List: West Africa, Adjoa Anyimadu, Research Associate, Chatham House Africa Programme

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Demystifying the media caricatures of Pussy Riot, Sean Guillory, author of seansrussiablog.org

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From the Editor, Alan Philps

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Anas Aremeyaw Anas, Libby Powell

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Notebook: Lola Shoneyin, Chatham House

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World in Brief: Ukraine, Vitaly Sych, editor of Korrespondent 2003-2013

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World in Brief: Letters, Chatham House

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Postcard from... Kleitoria, Greece, Theodoros Mitropoulos
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