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#16: Developing World: Beyond the Frontiers of Science Fiction


Jonathan Dotse


Acceler8or.com

December 16, 2012

The future will not be a monopoly of the current superpowers, but lies in the hands of tech-savvy youth from around the world, trying desperately to survive at all costs in an increasingly asymmetrical world.


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