Hugo Barra and America’s Technology Blind Spot

Hugo Barra is a long-time veteran of the technology industry. Raised in Brazil, he came to MIT in 1996 and completed B.S. and M.Eng. degrees in computer science and electrical engineering before joining wireless software company Lobby7.

Host Future Tunisian Leaders at your Community College

IREX is looking for dynamic community college partners to host international students on prestigious United Stated Government sponsored scholarships for the 2014-2015 academic year.

Top Stories of the Morning: Syria Misses Chemical Weapons Deadline

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Syria Misses Chemical Weapons Deadline

A Second Living Room: the Public Library Zavidovići's Youth Corner

In Bosnia and Herzegovinia, many students commute from rural communities every day by bus to attend school in town. For young students, this often means long hours waiting for buses with nothing to do.

Top of the Morning: 1 Million Now Displaced in South Sudan

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South Sudan Displaced Grows to 1 Million

The Challenges of Written Media in Indigenous Communication

Rising Voices note: This article appeared originally in Este País and it has been translated and republished with the permission of the author.

Lowering Barriers to High Speed Internet in the Arab World

On affordability grounds alone, millions of people in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region could be excluded from today’s information rev
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