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The term ‘international news’ is illustrative of the conflicted nature of journalism. At one and the same time it is well understood and meaningful—and anachronistic in a global era. There is a tendency in many quarters to shy away from addressing...
Commentary: The relationship between the news media and humanitarians remains extremely important as both play a key role in terms of shaping of what we know and how we experience armed conflicts of which most of us have no first-hand knowledge. By...
The Pacific region is part of a larger world, far from being as isolated from centres of global power as a glance at the map might imply, but instead caught up in a web of multilateral relations with binding effects on its future progress and...
The recipients of the 2006 Pulitzer Prize for international reporting were two correspondents for The New York Times, Joseph Kahn and Jim Yardley, who won for their series of articles on legal issues in China. While visiting New York in May for the...
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