General Network Information
The Role of Computer Networks in Development
Toward an Internet Census for Developing Nations
Metodología para la Evaluación de Redes
Latin American and Caribbean Concerns
North vs. South
Mutual Benefit/Respect Relationship Between Telecom Operators and Research Networks: An Asset for the South Development.
Is Big Brother Hanging by His Bootstraps?
Telecomminications in Africa - via Internet in Particular
Cyberspace Across the Sahara: Computing in North Africa
REUNA: How an Academic Network can be Self-Funded
Challenges to Academic Networks in Latin America: The Case of Colombia's Red CETCOL
Academic Networks in Latin America at a Crossroads: The Case of Colombia's Red CETCOL
"Will Commercial Networks Prevail in Emerging Nations?
What May the WTO Telecommunication Agreement Mean for Emerging Nations?
Seats at the Policy-Making Table
Internet in the Gulf:Work in Progress
A Framework to Characterize the Global Diffusion of the Internet. Notes for presentation at INFO '97, Havana, October, 1997, Preliminary Draft.
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