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Media

Archive | Media

  • Jonathan Pedneault

    International Law is Inadequate when it comes to Protecting Journalists from Savagery

  • Asmaa Waguih

    The War on Al Jazeera: Egypt, False News and the Journalistic Code

  • elhamalawy/flickr

    Reporting the Middle East: Please Go Back to the Streets

  • CNN

    Welcome to CNN’s Yemen

  • Staff

    The Best of April

  • Damon Winter/The New York Times

    Despite its Detractors, the film, The Rise of al-Qaeda has its Many Supporters

  • Foreign Policy in Focus

    Carl Bloice: 1939-2014, Good Night Sweet Poet

  • Reuters

    The Journalism Wars: The Resignations at Russia Today

  • Associated Press

    Fred Kaplan Misses the Mark on Snowden Clemency

  • Getty Images; Reuters; Associated Press; lefigaro.fr; DoD Photo

    From Missile Defense to Chavez’s Death, the 2013 “Are You Serious?” Awards

  • RIA Novosti

    R.I.P. RIA Novosti: Putin Rearranges Russia’s Media Landscape

  • BBC

    Comic Relief: Capitalizing on the Useful Poor

  • DoD Photo

    Reuters’ Coverage of China’s Response to Typhoon Haiyan is Curious

  • CBS News

    CBS News Issues Apology for ‘Wrong’ Benghazi Report

  • Reuters

    Grunwald, Assange and Assassination: Loving the Drone Disease

  • Morgana Wingard; Elahn Zetlin; Kate Holt; UN; Twitter; Getty Images

    2013 Top Young Celebrities Helping Africa

  • Ni

    Print Media on Hugo Chávez’s Death

  • DoD Photo

    2012 “Are You Serious?” Awards

  • Karel Prinsloo/EPA

    The Leveson Mandate: Regulating the Press

  • Associated Press

    Speech that Spreads Conflict Requires New International Regulation

  • Hosam Katan/Reuters

    The Revolution on a Laptop: YouTube Journeys through the Arab Spring

  • Mona Abaza

    A Review of Foreign Policy Association’s After the Arab Spring

  • Amazon

    Julian Assange and his Irony Problems