J. Peter Pham

Atlantic Council

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Africa Center Director at the Atlantic Council, a Washington think-tank, and a civilian advisor to US troops in Uganda

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In a week's time, the video  Kony 2012  has jumped from zero to 76 million views on the Internet.  Produced by a group called  Invisible Children , its stated aim is to stop a brutal…

'Kony 2012' and Youth Activism

In a week's time, the video Kony 2012 has jumped from zero to 76 million views on the Internet.  Produced by a group called Invisible Children , its stated aim is to stop a brutal…

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Kony 2012  went online just a week ago, and it's already chalked up 76 million views on You Tube, raising more than $10 million.

Can a Viral Video Change the World?

Kony 2012 went online just a week ago, and it's already chalked up 76 million views on You Tube, raising more than $10 million.

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