February 11, 2004

Global Affairs @ MSN: message boards

Here, Global Affairs altogether has 22 message boards, 37355 messages have been posted so far. The message boards with more than 1000 messages:
Board Messages
General 17442
Middle East 9063
Terrorism 1897
US/North America 1567
Asia 1387
Europe 1103
Please remember that you also can combine all message boards.
Posted by Laurenz at 05:22 AM | Comments (0)

February 02, 2004

Global Affairs at Yahoo

The message count has reached more than 284030 messages! Almost 5000 posts in January alone...

Unfortunately, Yahoo deletes older messages, so anything before March 2003 is no more accessible.
So, if you believe that your contributions should be preserved for more than a couple of months, Global Affairs at MSN might appeal more to you.
On the other hand, at Yahoo, there's a new message every few seconds - a very active group indeed!

Posted by Laurenz at 09:02 AM | Comments (0)

July 03, 2001




Still, the dominant topics are relate to the terrorist attacks on September 11, the anthrax letters and the situation in Afghanistan.
Many posts have discussed the Qran, Islam and the Missle East conflict. Other interesting messages which drew lots of comments were "The prince and the media", discussions of the principles of democracy, anrachism, socialism...


Global Affairs now has more than 2000 members, and most are quite actively taking part in the discussions and/or chats.
Now, with so many of us, it's maybe time to introduce some members who have done something special for our club or Global Understanding. Therefore, we are now starting a series of member spotlights.
If you would like to recommend another club member (or yourself) for a spotlight, please contact the founders with the details!


High level of activity

Global Affairs continues to be one of the most active political clubs. Hundreds of high-quality messages are posted every day.

Right after the attacks, almost a thousand messages were posted on a single day, many of you wanted to share their thoughts and feelings.

Contact the Founders

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