This Week In IBTimes Magazine

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on November 13 2013 5:02 PM
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Here's a preview of this week's IBTimes Magazine:

The Revolution Will Be Contained

Avedis Hadjian looks back 20 years at the Zapatista rebels’ failed attempt to overthrow Mexico’s government. 

Beaming Messages Into My Head

Connor Sheets explores the Pandora’s box of lawsuits -- some wacky, some frivolous, some legit --  that have followed revelations about the NSA’s spying program. 

Emirates Airline: Rising

Ten years ago, Emirates Airline was a bit player. Today, it has grown into one of the world’s biggest international airlines. The only questions facing the Dubai-based carrier and its Persian Gulf brethren is how far they will expand, and whether they will put their Western competitors out of business. Alberto Riva reports. 

Can You Hear Me Now, Africa?

Cell phone service and Internet connectivity is so bad in East Africa that even calls to telecom experts get repeatedly dropped, as Jacey Fortin found while researching what may be the region’s greatest economic shortcoming. 

Western Ghana At A Crossroads

Tourists, corrupt cops and billions of dollars’ worth of oil: Western Ghana is at a crossroads; Joseph Hammond passes through it in a rented cab.

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