Blog Posts By

Kate Musgrave

22 Aug

Stoking the flames: Loaded media coverage aggravates China, India standoff

While China and India prepare for next month’s BRICS summit, tensions continue to build between the two high in the Himal...

19 Jul

“A Sickness Beyond Borders:” Understanding and Combating Media Capture

When dozens of journalists, media development experts, and human rights advocates gathered at Central European Universityâ€...

05 Jul

The Growing Challenge of Media Capture: Journalists and Researchers Analyze the Problem

Beginning last week journalists, media workers, and researchers from around the world gathered in Budapest at the Central E...

06 Jun

Censorship in the name of security: Pakistan’s Dawn Leaks case

Tensions between press freedom and national security came to a head recently in Pakistan when the nation’s most widely re...

28 Mar

Chaining the watchdog: Soft censorship and media capture stifle coverage of India’s prolonged land conflict

“New construction seems devoted mostly to four-lane highways – the better to transport government troops into the s...

15 Dec

Afghan media: earning (and maintaining) the confidence of a disillusioned public

The continued presence and threat of non-governmental opposition groups have pushed Afghan fears of insecurity to its highe...

08 Dec

Lugar, Schiff remember Mark Helmke as CIMA announces partnership with Indiana University

On Thursday, December 1, Indiana University’s School of Global and International Studies (SGIS) joined CIMA and the Natio...

09 Nov

Who to follow on Twitter if you’re interested in Countering Violent Extremism, Media, and Media Development

Global efforts to Counter Violent Extremism (CVE) are a hot topic right now. Just two weeks ago CIMA published a report by ...