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    Ammar 404 is Dead. Long Live Ammar 404!

    “For those who never heard of him before, Ammar 404 is Tunisia’s Big Brother.” The Dissident Blog reports on the former fall, the recent resurrection, and overall pervasiveness of a government authority responsible for online censorship.

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    On the Precipice: Burmese Literature Post-Censorship

    What kind of literature might emerge in Burma, post-censorship? James Byrne, co-editor of the Burmese poetry anthology Bones Will Crow, reports on how government reforms are changing the literary landscape for writers and publishers, and how the rosy future of Burmese literature is really just a “surface reality.”

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