February 24, 2012

Journalism Shouldn't Be a Death Sentence

Jay Bushinsky, Jerusalem Post

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It is time for Russian roulette journalism to be brought to an end for foreign correspondents.

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TAGGED: Syria, Homs, Marie Colvin, Remi Ochlik


February 23, 2012
Remembering an Intrepid Journalist
Matthew Fisher, Montreal Gazette
Over the years, Marie Colvin developed a beat that included only the hardest and most dangerous places to report from. Unlike most print journalists, she insisted on going forward to be an eyewitness to conflict. more ››
February 12, 2012
Is Assad Preparing an Alawite Mini-State?
Michael Young, NOW Lebanon
The regime from the outset appeared to be working on two fronts simultaneously: paving the way for a prospective communal fallback plan by securing the northern and southern hinges of the Alawite area, at Kfar Kalakh and Jisr... more ››
February 11, 2012
Let's Not Make Things Worse in Syria
Daniel Byman, Washington Post
There are many ways a Western intervention could make things much worse in Syria. more ››
February 12, 2012
Pressuring Russia & China Is Key to Ousting Assad
Suzanne Nossel, TNR
By deciding to stand with the Syrian people, these governments have isolated Russia and China, training an uneasy spotlight on what may be behind the vetoes. Their lone stance underscores that even those most staunchly... more ››
February 11, 2012
America's Hypocritical UN Outrage
Rami Khouri, Daily Star
Susan Rice’s anger and disgust with the Russian-Chinese veto were largely hollow and meaningless, because in reality they reflected more U.S. hubris and pride than any credible diplomacy. more ››