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Europe: March 2000

Globally Wired: Politics in Cyberspace (Third in a Series): Cyberwar or Sideshow? The Internet and the Balkan Wars

By: Florian Bieber

Description: "Although the Internet alleviated some information shortages in Yugoslavia during the war in Kosovo, its small audience of users within the country meant that only a minuscule segment of the population was as well informed as many Western media consumers. . . . Still, the Internet gave the independent Yugoslav media tremendous support and helped reduce the isolation that had enveloped Yugoslavia."

Volume: 99
Issue: 635
Page: 124

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