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South Korean Journalist Under Fire for Being 'Rude' to President Moon
May 11, 2019
South Korean Journalist Under Fire for Being 'Rude' to President Moon
Is a journalist asking a president a serious question inappropriate?
South Korean Journalist Under Fire for Being 'Rude' to President Moon
How Can Native Language Journalism in Kyrgyzstan Improve?
May 09, 2019
How Can Native Language Journalism in Kyrgyzstan Improve?
The challenges facing native language journalism in Kyrgyzstan can be addressed with concerted effort and some assistance.
How Can Native Language Journalism in Kyrgyzstan Improve?
Journalism in India: A Dangerous Pursuit?
October 31, 2018
Journalism in India: A Dangerous Pursuit?
India ranks 14th among states where journalists are murdered and their killers go free, reports Committee to Protect Journalists.
Journalism in India: A Dangerous Pursuit?
The Challenges of Pakistan's Female Journalists
July 13, 2018
The Challenges of Pakistan's Female Journalists
Less than 5 percent of journalists in Pakistan are women and those in the profession face substantial risks and hurdles.
The Challenges of Pakistan's Female Journalists
Kyrgyzstan Deports AFP Central Asia Correspondent
December 12, 2017
Kyrgyzstan Deports AFP Central Asia Correspondent
Chris Rickleton pleaded on Facebook to the new president to allow him to "return to live with my family in the country I love.”
Kyrgyzstan Deports AFP Central Asia Correspondent
The Problem With <em>Dictatorland</em>
April 04, 2017
The Problem With Dictatorland
The BBC documentary is both an orientalist exercise and a potentially dangerous document for the journalist's sources.
The Problem With Dictatorland
Tajikistan Revokes Journalists' Accreditation For Reporting Facts
November 30, 2016
Tajikistan Revokes Journalists' Accreditation For Reporting Facts
RFE/RL’s Tajik Service reported facts listed on a government website and was punished for it.
Tajikistan Revokes Journalists' Accreditation For Reporting Facts
No News Is Terrible News in Turkmenistan
July 01, 2016
No News Is Terrible News in Turkmenistan
Saparmamed Nepeskuliev, a freelance journalist detained last summer, hasn’t been heard from since September 2015
No News Is Terrible News in Turkmenistan
Zeenat Shahzadi's Story: A Young Reporter, 'Disappeared' in Pakistan
May 14, 2016
Zeenat Shahzadi's Story: A Young Reporter, 'Disappeared' in Pakistan
In a first, a female journalist in Pakistan has been "disappeared," allegedly by Pakistani intelligence.
Zeenat Shahzadi's Story: A Young Reporter, 'Disappeared' in Pakistan
Asia-Pacific Elites Widely Linked to Leaked Panama Papers—What Next?
April 06, 2016
Asia-Pacific Elites Widely Linked to Leaked Panama Papers—What Next?
The biggest data leak in whistleblower history is causing shockwaves across the Asia-Pacific.
Asia-Pacific Elites Widely Linked to Leaked Panama Papers—What Next?
The Eurasian Economic Union’s ‘Single Information Field’
September 27, 2015
The Eurasian Economic Union’s ‘Single Information Field’
Russia’s chief propagandist wants Kyrgyzstan to join the EEU’s information sphere, or risk disappearing.
The Eurasian Economic Union’s ‘Single Information Field’
Journalism in Pakistan
June 25, 2015
Journalism in Pakistan
An interview with Wajahat S. Khan about the state of contemporary journalism in Pakistan today.
Journalism in Pakistan
Bhutan's Struggling Media
October 28, 2014
Bhutan's Struggling Media
Despite high hopes, journalism in Bhutan has struggled during its democratic transition.
Bhutan's Struggling Media
Chinese Censorship Inhibits Relations with Japan
December 05, 2013
Chinese Censorship Inhibits Relations with Japan
A new Marxist program for Chinese journalists will damage perceptions of Japan in China.
Chinese Censorship Inhibits Relations with Japan
Dan White, 1965-2012
September 25, 2012
Dan White, 1965-2012
Luke Hunt pays tribute to a colleague and old friend.
Dan White, 1965-2012
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