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China’s Victory Day Military Parade

By Qiyong Sally Zhang China’s massive Victory Day military parade took place Sept. 3 in Beijing’s Tiananmen Square to celebrate the 70th anniversary of the nation’s victory in World War II. International media outlets expressed their different attitudes toward the … Continue reading

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Singapore’s Governing Party Solidifies Rule

By Sarah Medeiros Singapore held snap elections this past September, an event reminiscent of the nation’s elections held immediately after Sept. 11, 2001. In both cases, the ruling party won overwhelmingly. Much like everyone in the United States, the island … Continue reading

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Ecuador’s Media Still Under Attack

By Tara Schoenborn Ecuadorian President Rafael Correa continues to wage war on his nation’s media as he moves to shut down the nation’s only independent organization dedicated to freedom of the press, Fundamedios. Although the 2008 Ecuadorian Constitution acknowledges freedom … Continue reading

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Mexico Still Needs Carmen Aristegui

By Carlos Diaz Barriga Mexican radio host Ciro Gomez Leyva’s announced in his El Universal column on Sept. 3 that journalist Carmen Aristegui is coming back to radio this month. Good. Six months was a long time for Mexico to … Continue reading

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Ebonylife TV: Retelling Africa

By Modupeola Oyebolu “The narrative will glorify the hunter until the lion learns how to write.” Many Africans dislike the coverage of their continent by the American and European media. Komla Dumor, a well-liked BBC correspondent who died suddenly earlier this … Continue reading

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