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Time seen as ally in sanctions vs. Russia

Time seen as ally in sanctions vs. Russia

Are the sanctions, which have not deterred Vladimir Putin thus far, likely to be effective in Russia? Michael McFaul, an American academic and diplomat who served as the U.S. ambassador to Russia (2012-14), believes it might lead to the end of Putinism in the long...

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Should citizen journalists be called journalists?

Should citizen journalists be called journalists?

With every citizen possessing a smartphone and capturing footage of public events or social encounters that might otherwise remain shrouded in oblivion, our news consumption habits have changed radically. We once merely relied on the corporate media to present us with...

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Newsletters: an increasingly crowded media space

Newsletters: an increasingly crowded media space

With nearly 3,500 unread emails, it’s almost impossible to clear my inbox. I have been subscribing to more and more newsletters over the past years. Some are from big news media organizations; some are created by prominent writers on Substack. Newsletters have been...

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World Press Institute Announces 2022 International Fellows

World Press Institute Announces 2022 International Fellows

Image: 2017 WPI class at Google Headquarters in Mountain View, California After a year and a half hiatus, the World Press Institute (WPI) will resume its annual journalism fellowship program and has chosen 9 journalists from Argentina,