Iceland has gone through many political changes in the wake of the country's financial collapse. One big change on the horizon is drafting a new constitution. In an interesting social experiment, the country has decided to crowdsource their effort to draft new national laws.
As the African Union meets in Malabo, a small "Colectivo" blogs in secret to tell the story of Equatorial Guinea the mainstream media ignores. Will the global wave of protests reach the oil-rich African state?
Demonstrators protested in the capital of Senegal against President Abdoulaye Wade's proposed constitutional changes. These changes would add a Vice President position and allow the President to be reelected with only 25% of the vote in elections coming up in February.
In an effort to change perceptions of the Israeli Army, three soliders launched an interactive website to answer questions from around the world. What would you ask an Israeli soldier? We interviewed Josh Mintz, a co-founder of the site and command sergeant in the Israeli Army Reserves.