Bharka Dutt (@bdutt) -- Anchor-Journalist at NDTV, India. Self-described argumentative and she is not kidding. Big following.
DushiYanthini Kanaga (@DushiYanthini) -- Sri Lankan journalist; tweets with a feminist twist.
Myra MacDonald (@myraemacdonald) -- Reuters journalist often found contextualizing South Asian politics.
Naheed Mustafa (@naheedmustafa) -- Award-winning Canadian journalist with deep knowledge and insight into Pakistan and Afghanistan. Often very funny.
Stephanie Nolen (@snolen) -- Award-winning Globe & Mail correspondent in India, sharing plenty of stories you will otherwise miss.
Sana Saleem (@sanasaleem) -- Pakistani Internet freedom activist and writer. Tells it like it is.
Urooj Zia (@UroojZia) -- Freelance journalist and rights activist with a no-nonsense take on Pakistan and much else.
Huma Yusuf (@humayusuf) -- Pakistani journalist, columnist, policy analyst, and media researcher.
Rebecca MacKinnon (@rmack) -- Author and activist focused on the rights of global Internet users. @FP_Magazine writer (included on list of FP'ers who tweet).
Katherine Maher (@krmaher) -- Always-informed tweets on a variety of topics, with some focus on the Middle East and technology.
Cynthia Wong (@cynthiamw) -- Indefatigable fighter for global Internet rights with the Center for Democracy and Technology in D.C.
Minky Worden (@minkysHighjinks) -- Director of Global Initiatives at Human Rights Watch. Tweets strongly on women's issues and human rights.
Diana Wueger (@dianawueger) -- Focused on small arms, arms trade, and conflict.
Valerie Amos (@ValerieAmos) -- U.N. under secretary-general for humanitarian affairs and emergency relief coordinator. Passionate tweeter.
Helen Clark (@HelenClarkUNDP) -- Administrator of the U.N. Development Programme and former prime minister of New Zealand. Not boring.
Corinne Woods (@corinnewoods) -- Director of the U.N. Millennium Campaign.
AnonymousMiss (@netanon) -- Anonymous tweeter focused on digital security, cyberthreats, privacy. Has useful cyber security tips.
Matisse Bustos-Hawkes (@matissebh) -- Communications manager for @Witness, tweeting on global human rights and video for change.
Biella Coleman (@biellacoleman) -- Studies Occupy Wall Street and Anonymous. Much smarter than your usual Anonymous coverage.
Katie Dowd (@katiewdowd) -- Department of State Office of Innovation. Gets that tech, innovation, and foreign policy are hard. Passionate nonetheless.
Jennifer Preston (@NYT_JenPreston) -- New York Times correspondent with tweets on social media, open government, and politics.
Linda Raftree (@meowtree) -- Senior ICT4D advisor for Plan International. Tweets focused on women, privacy, and technology.
Eleanor Saitta (@dymaxion) -- Tweets about Internet freedom, information security.
Kim Zetter (@KimZetter) -- Indefatigable Wired reporter covering civil liberties and cybercrime.
We should note that the women FP included in its Top 100 list would have made ours as well. We think they are well deserving of recognition, so here they are again:
Golnaz Esfandiari (@GEsfandiari)
C. Christine Fair (@CChristineFair)
Megan Greene (@economistmeg)
Jean Lee (@newsjean)
Eman Al Nafjan (@Saudiwoman)
Lydia Polgreen (@lpolgreen)
Susan Rice (@AmbassadorRice)
Anne-Marie Slaughter (@SlaughterAM)
Liz Sly (@LizSly)
Matina Stevis (@MatinaStevis)
Hiroko Tabuchi (@HirokoTabuchi)
Zeynep Tufekci (@techsoc)
Contributors to the #FPwomeratti list include: