Stories Globalization from July, 2008
Obama's ripple effect on the Egyptian blogosphere – Part 2
Moving from Secularism and diversity to the Rantings of a Sandmonkey on Why Obama will Fail Sandmonkey begins his argument by declaring that he is happy with Obama and McCain being the nominees of the Republican and the Democratic parties. He writes: I am happy because both men are not...
An Interview with Blogger Darryl Wolk
Many bloggers around the world have been talking about the upcoming U.S. elections. One such blogger is the Darryl Wolk, who resides in Canada and blogs about politics in general. Jillian York recently had the opportunity to ask the prolific blogger a few questions about his life, interest in politics, and thoughts on the 2008 U.S. elections.
Campaigning Abroad: A welcome change or an exercise in futility?
With both candidates spending some time abroad to explain their foreign affairs strategies (Obama currently in Afghanistan and soon in Europe, McCain in Mexico and Colombia) the rest of the world wonders whether they should celebrate this new emphasis on international relations or expect a potential backlash for either candidates.
Obama Nenay! (Madagascar for Obama)
Madagascar is a country better known for its cartoon portrayal than for its media representation, yet its blogosphere is actively voicing its opinions of the upcoming U.S. elections. One blogger, Ketablaogy [fr], explains the reason for creating the Facebook page, Madagascar for Obama/Obama Nenay: Parce-quâ€™il est urgent, pour des millions...