Truthful reporting in the Balkans is life-threatening.
It is time to be far more forceful in defending reporters and activists who serve the public and monitor the powerful.
Can we protect our societies against “psychographic advertising” – manipulative technologies that stifle democracy?
Disinformation needs to be tackled by a troika – individual members of the public, the social media companies and governments.
How have the British paid a steep price for their appetite for gossip and the unnecessary details of grizzly crimes?
Despite the country’s astounding recent economic success, how is China living in the years 2010 and 1980 simultaneously?
What would be the best way to monitor South Africa’s media while not compromising citizens’ rights to information?
What does it take to be a photographer in wartime Germany — and peacetime New York City?