Tag Archives: journalism

Balkans Vs. Journalists

Truthful reporting in the Balkans is life-threatening.

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When Murdering Journalists Becomes Commonplace

It is time to be far more forceful in defending reporters and activists who serve the public and monitor the powerful.

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Facebook and the Global Battle to Sway Minds

Can we protect our societies against “psychographic advertising” – manipulative technologies that stifle democracy?

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Disinformation Campaigns and Public Mistrust

Disinformation needs to be tackled by a troika – individual members of the public, the social media companies and governments.

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The News Beyond the Camera

Sights and insights from a poet-television newsman.

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Britain’s Tabloid Cancer

How have the British paid a steep price for their appetite for gossip and the unnecessary details of grizzly crimes?

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Dateline Shenzhen: Hu Wants My Wallet

Despite the country’s astounding recent economic success, how is China living in the years 2010 and 1980 simultaneously?

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Dateline South Africa: A Rational Approach to Responsible Media

What would be the best way to monitor South Africa’s media while not compromising citizens’ rights to information?

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Shooting Germany: 1944-1949

What does it take to be a photographer in wartime Germany — and peacetime New York City?

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Iran’s Dark Side

How did an Iranian journalist’s escape from the authorities spark a nation-wide controversy?

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