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>Date: Thu, 3 Apr 1997 10:01:19 -0500
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>From: Curtis Doebbler <[log in to unmask]>
>Subject: AFRO-NETS> Internet may aid Africa Colleges (6)
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>Internet may aid Africa Colleges (6)
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>I agree whole-heartedly with the comment from Menghestab Haile.
>Furthermore, are the universities which are not under the reins of the
>western establishment--i.e. those which have a different voice, such as
>in Khartoum University in Khartoum, Sudan--being supported? I doubt
>it. The Internet can be a source of control or empowerment. The
>advertised initiative appears to lean towards the former goal.
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>Regards,
>Curtis Doebbler
>Dept. of Law
>London School of Economics and Political Science
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