History of Telecommunications and Social Movements
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History of world telecommunications and media
Internet as facilitator of national bourgoise movements
- The Future of Network Politics
- From The Network Observer, Vol. I, no. 12, December, 1994. The political
potential of Internet.
- The Real Revolution: Net Guerrillas
- By Elizabeth Frantz, Time-Warner Pathfinder, 21 July 1997. The role of internet and its
censorship in the Spanish-Basque conflict.
- On-line activists step up fight: Dissidence is no longer a rag-tag endeavour
- Today's opponents of autocratic regimes are making good use of Cyberspace. By Peter Eng,
Bangkok Post, 29 April 1998. National bourgeois dissent in Asia uses Internet
effectively against autocratic regimes.
- Radical Politics Embrace the Internet
- By Karine Granier-Deferre, International Herald Tribune - TribTech,
28 September 1998. Argues that the national or dissident movments fail to escape
local issues to achieve internationalism.
- US Army Frets over New Forms of Social Struggle
- Mexico, A Laboratory of the "War of Networks". By Jim Cason and David
Broooks, Nuevo Amancer Press, February 5 1999. The Zapatista rebels
inaugurated a new form of social struggle that shook the foundations of the Mexican
political system and has implications in the future for the strategists of National
Security from the United States at the international level.
Intenet as a facilitator of the working-class movement
- Eric Lee's book on Internationalism
- By João Paulo Monteiro, 21 June 1998. A generally favorable review of a
pioneer book on the new working class internatinalism and the Internet.
- From National Place to Electronic Space: Labour's New International
- By P. Waterman, 22 June 1998. Another generally favorable review, this time from
a non-Marxist perspective.