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"Key Internet Policy Issues" is a series of contributions from people living in countries new or relatively new to the Internet about what they consider to be key policy issues related to the deployment and use of the Internet in their country. Each text is published under the complete responsibility and with the permission of its author. These contributions were solicited by Alan McCluskey, guest editor, in preparation for a special issue of the Internet Society's magazine "OnTheInternet" entitled "Strategies for development: from thought to action" to be published in November 1997. For more information and comments on the preparation of this special edition see "Addressing Key Policy Issues"

Albania - overcoming monopolistic forces.
Neki Frasheri - 5 Sept. 97
Argentina - monopoly costs restricting Internet broad acceptance.
Christian O'Flaherty - 5 Sept. 97
Brazil - democratising Internet use.
Tadao Takahashi - 2 Oct. 97
Bulgaria - overcoming isolation.
Veni Markovski - 5 Sept. 97
The Chad - a need for awareness.
Duke Lawrence Ogbokor - 5 Sept. 97
Cuba - access to the Internet despite the embargo.
Ernesto Guido Montana - 5 Sept. 97
El Salvador - becoming a nation of information users.
Rafael Lito Ibarra - 5 Sept. 97
Ghana - bringing the Internet to rural areas.
Dr. Nii Narku Quaynor - 5 Sept. 97
India -building a true Indian Internet.
K.S. Raju - 23 Sept. 97
Liberia - a new beginning ...
Almond Q. Dennis, Jr.and Mai Bright Urey - 2 Oct. 97
Morocco - who is to use the Internet?
Najat Rochdi - 5 Sept. 97
Namibia - the Internet in the North.
Justin Chisenga - 5 Sept. 97
Papua New Guinea - restrictive telecommunications policies.
Kamrooz Khademazad - 23 Sept. 97
Paraguay - challenging the monopoly.
Rolando Dan Chaparro Fox - 6 Sept. 97
The Philipines - the case of the metering proposal.
Neil D. Quiogue - 5 Sept. 97
South Africa - an uncertain regulatotory environment.
Anthony Brooks - 3 Sept. 97
Togo - the need to popularise the Internet and its use.
Alain Patrick Aina - 13 Sept. 97
Uzbekistan - creation of an academic network.
Tatyana Klemeniteva - 5 Sept. 97
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