A hurricane of change is blowing through the Arab world. Even now, many Arab regimes are still in denial. But it also challenges the west to grasp a new political reality.
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Most journalists don’t report sexual assault and rape. Lara Logan has broken that code of silence.
VAT-exemption skews the Norwegian media support system in the big newspapers’ favour. A look at alternatives.
Women’s Day in Turkey: A manifestation of the unity that embraces diversity.
Many approaches, same interest: The Bergen seminar on open government data brought together journalists, academics, civil servants and business innovators.
Increased costs and concerns over misinterpretations of data seen as most important obstacles to opening up government data in Norway.
Authoritarian elections might strengthen democratization from below. The political experience of voting and formulating interests can lead to demands for change and democracy.
Journalists can help the public make sense of the growing amount of government data now being made available.
An interview with media scholar Daniel C. Hallin about media coverage of the Iraq war and comparisons with Vietnam.
Scholars at Risk: “When you cannot speak publicly about your field of study or publish your ideas, you are being tortured,” says Iranian sociologist Ali Tayefi.