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Tokyo Vice: Yakuza, murder and crime reporting in Japan

The Japan we know from films and TV is one of tradition, high technology and pop culture. But as with every nation, something more sinister lies beneath the bright lights of Sony and Nintendo. ...

Regions: Japan

Issues: Corruption

Witnessed: 2796 times

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Insight with Gary Younge: Who are we - and should it matter?

"The problem is not that diversity exists, it is what we choose to make of it....

Witnessed: 2612 times

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Climate change: is the Coalition up to the challenge of the next five years?

What are the new government's policies on climate change and how do they match up up to the global challenges of the next five years? ...

Witnessed: 1841 times

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Will Apple save the news business? Apps, iPads, paywalls and how to make money from news

There's no shortage of news around at the moment, but is anyone making anyone any money from it? ...

Witnessed: 1931 times

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Sri Lanka: could the West do more about human rights and press freedom? Part One

The appointment of Mervyn Silva, a politician with an established record of hostility towards journalists, as deputy minister of Information within the Sri Lankan government in April this year was met...

Regions: Sri Lanka

Issues: Armed conflict, Discrimination, Humanitarian

Witnessed: 2327 times

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Sri Lanka: could the West do more about human rights and press freedom? Part Two

The appointment of Mervyn Silva, a politician with an established record of hostility towards journalists, as deputy minister of Information within the Sri Lankan government in April this year was met...

Regions: Sri Lanka

Witnessed: 1750 times

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The Politics of Oil

The Gulf of Mexico spill has put the spotlight on the oil industry and its practices to an unprecedented degree. ...

Regions: United States

Witnessed: 2186 times

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Crossing the streams: is PR becoming more like journalism?

They're supposed to be opposite ends of the spectrum: journalists report the news, while public relations professionals try to influence them. ...

Regions: Great Britain

Witnessed: 2322 times

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Reflections: Jon Snow

In the fifth of this series Vin Ray, former BBC executive will be in conversation with Channel 4 News presenter Jon Snow who will be reflecting on his career and the events and journalism that has inf...

Regions: Great Britain

Witnessed: 1983 times

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America's invisible government: can a President take it on and win?

What are the forces in play within the American political system and to what extent does their power and influence go beyond the presidency? ...

Regions: United States

Witnessed: 2799 times

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