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18 Apr

Privacy vs Free Expression: Global News Media Impl...

By Ayden Férdeline Personal data privacy, or the general lack thereof online, has garnered a considerable amount of at...

17 Apr

Holding the Line: An Interview with Tanya Hamada o...

The last two years have been a tumultuous period for Filipino democracy. Since the People Power Revolution in 1986, the...

11 Apr

China’s Outward Propaganda Strategy Undermines I...

At a press briefing during China’s National People’s Congress convened in March, a local Chinese journalist’s dram...

03 Apr

Gulf Journalism in Exile: An Independent Press Sta...

To say that Mohammed Alfazari is an unsung hero would be misleading; a reviled hero might be a more apt description. Thr...

30 Mar

Tracking Media Development Donor Support: An Updat...

Tracking donor efforts to support media development is fundamental to assessing whether enough resources are being direc...

15 Mar

Erdoğan’s clutch on free media tightens with pr...

Update: Late on Wednesday, March 21, the Turkish Parliament approved the bill to give the Radio and Television Supreme C...

09 Mar

Fish, Water, and Global Media: Why Students Need M...

“There are these two young fish swimming along and they happen to meet an older fish swimming the other way, who nods ...

05 Mar

Kenya’s Media Shutdown and the Political Fal...

By James Smart Dictatorship, authoritarianism, and despotism are the very big words that have been used to describe the ...

15 Feb

Facebook and Google will not save us from fake new...

By Aleksander Dardeli Every day, our world produces 2.5 quintillion bytes of data, the equivalent of 250,000 Libraries ...

13 Feb

Reflections on the “Right to be Forgotten” and...

By Michael Oghia Negotiating individual privacy with the public’s “right to know” is a balancing act for which the...

01 Feb

Understanding and Building Resilience in Journalis...

By Evgenia (Eka) Javakhishvili It has been over a year since I joined IREXs SAFE Initiative, a program that delivers in...

22 Jan

Azerbaijan’s Triple Threat to Media and Freedom ...

By Turgut Gambar Azerbaijan has been routinely condemned for its alarming human rights record, endemic levels of corrupt...