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Online Protest: power to the people?

Social media has opened up new ways for people to communicate, organise and campaign. But in what ways are people using social media for political ...

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The data revolution: How WikiLeaks is changing journalism

The controversy surrounding WikiLeaks' historic release of more than 70,000 classified US military documents on the war in Afghanistan has not died down. ...

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Google: friend or foe for news publishers?

There's no doubting the power of Google: having re-written the online advertising rule-book, publishers around the world now use its AdSense system to make money and rely on its search algorithm ...

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Can unarmed people still change the world?

Can everyday people change the world?...

Regions: Iran, Myanmar

Issues: Other

Witnessed: 4493 times


After the troops have gone: What now for Iraq?

After seven years, billions of dollars, as many as 100,000 civilian deaths and more than 4,000 US troops killed - President Barack Obama is finally pulling US troops out of Iraq....

Regions: Iraq

Issues: Armed conflict

Witnessed: 3912 times


Gideon Levy in conversation with Jon Snow

On route to Edinburgh Literary Festival Gideon Levy will be joining us at the Frontline Club in conversation with Channel 4 News presenter Jon Snow....

Regions: Israel, Palestine

Issues: Armed conflict, Humanitarian

Witnessed: 4179 times


Vietnam: A turning point for reporting war

Join us for this special event to discuss the iconic war reportage, to mark 35 years since the end of the Vietnam War. ...

Regions: Great Britain, United States, Vietnam

Witnessed: 4008 times


North Korea: Behind the Iron Curtain

The sinking of the South Korean navy ship Cheonan and the subsequent international report that found a North Korean submarine's torpedo was responsible, has lead to heightened tension between the two ...

Regions: Democratic People's Republic of Korea

Issues: Justice, Violence

Witnessed: 2922 times


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: 2901 times


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....

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