- The Role of Computer Networks in Development
- Toward an Internet Census for Developing Nations
- Metodolog�a para la Evaluaci�n de Redes
- Latin American and Caribbean Concerns
- Analysis Telefonica
- 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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