New Internationalist

Media

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Eyes on the prize

After researching Amnesty’s media awards, Phil Chamberlain warns not enough is being done to foster diverse human rights journalism.

Filed in: Human Rights Media Peru

To nuke or not to nuke: fictional US attack on Pakistan

Despite a controversial new TV show, Syed Hamad Ali believes literature and cinema could help, rather than hinder, bi-lateral relations.

Filed in: Media Pakistan United States

Why do some conflicts get more media coverage than others?

Nick Harvey considers the role – and the agenda – of the global media in making the news.

Filed in: Africa Conflict Congo Congo, Democratic Republic of Côte d'Ivoire Media Race Society Violence War and Peace

Reading between the lines: journalism in Guatemala

It’s a game of self-censorship, says Anna Bevan – especially for women.

Filed in: Guatemala Media Women

Ratings v quality – time for the media to do the right thing

With education losing out to sensationalism, the current balance is all wrong, says Iris Gonzales.

Filed in: Education Media

Zimbabwe: the curse of fabrication and exaggeration

Massaging the truth for a good story doesn’t help reshape reality, argues Mgcini Nyoni.

Filed in: Human Rights Media Zimbabwe

A treacherous occupation

Pakistan is the deadliest country to be a journalist, as Manzoor Ali knows only too well.

Filed in: Media Pakistan Terrorism

The Left must support the Syrian uprising!

Rupert Read argues that some ‘internationalists’ are failing to see the real revolution.

Filed in: Media Syria

UN ‘travesty’: resolutions of mass destruction - Part 2

How has the corporate press reacted to the fighting in Syria?

Filed in: Iraq Media Military Syria

Press crackdown in South Africa

South African protest

Filed in: Media South Africa

Interview with John Pilger

Why do so many journalists beat the drums of war and peddle propaganda?

Filed in: Conflict Media

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