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3/2005
Big Brother goes global

Index on Censorship
 

URSULA OWEN
Editorial

NEWS AND MEDIA

SREBRENICA
Faces of grief. 10 years after the event, Serbia fails to acknowledge its guilt
KARIN WARINGO
A strange kind of compliance. Kosovo's Roma are pressed to return -- to what?
ANDREY KUDRIASHOV
No news is bad news. The Uzbek government fails to suppress news on the killings in Andijan
AKBAR GANJI
Manifesto for republicans. Iran's favourite journalist speaks from prison

OUT OF THE GULAG

CLIVE STAFFORD SMITH
From Brighton to Camp Delta. His lawyer describes the bizarre events that led one British citizen to Guantanamo

BIG BROTHER GOES GLOBAL

GUS HOSEIN
Walking on the dark side. International cooperation is not all it's cracked up to be
SIMON DAVIES
The complete ID primer. The ill-starred history of ID cards around the world
BARRY STEINHARDT
Three cheers for international cooperation. How international quangos took over national decision making
TONY BUNYAN
Unaccountable Europe. Europe takes advantage of the war on terror to keep an eye on its people
TANIA SIMONCELLI & HELEN WALLACE
Spiralling out of control. The rise and rise of the DNA database
MARTIN ROWSON
Stripsearch
DAVID FEWER
The genie in the information bottle. The US extends its control over intellectual property rights by dubious means
JOE STORK
The thin end of the cooperation wedge. Have "terrorist": will torture. But what if he turns out to be innocent?
DAVID BANISAR
The irresistible rise of a right. Looking on the bright side of policy laundering
KAREN BANKS
Summitry and strategies. What in the world is going on at the World Summit on the Information Society?
CHRISTIAN MÖLLER
It is the very model of a modern IGO. But does the OSCE live up to its high-minded mandate?
FLASHPOINT CHINA
Winning the web war

INDEX INDEX

GAY AND ARAB

SCOTT LONG
Raped by the state. Reflections on sexuality and democracy in the Middle East
INTERVIEW
Waleed's story. Taunts and torture in Egypt's prisons
AROUND THE ARAB MEDIA
Press attitudes to homosexuality
YOUSSEF NABIL PHOTOSTORY
'What have we done wrong?'
ERIC BEAUCHEMIN
The gay divide. Israelis and Palestinians talk about attitudes to homosexuality in their countries
RABIH KHOURY
Last laugh -- maybe. Nightlife in Beirut's clubs and cinemas
JULIA SCHAAF
Shhh! We're integrating. Gay life for Muslim immigrants in Germany
HALA SAKR
What about Aids? Aids is spreading in the Arab world and most people are in denial
LAETITIA GROTTI & MARIA DAÏF
Dossier on Morocco. Gay men take on their country's religious leaders -- but quietly

THE LAW

CULTURE

NADEZHDA TEFFI
Subtly worded. Long lost Russian fiction
ANDREW GRAHAM-YOOLL
Cumbia villera: the sound of the slums. Argentina's rappers tell it like it is
PHOTOSTORY
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LETTER

ZINOVY ZINIK
Oh brave new world that has such fishes in it. All change in the BBC canteen


 

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