"Calls for and against austerity come to our desks -desktops- every day, indeed. I'm more concerned, though, with something Veronika has mentioned: most of the economic info we get in the EU has US origin. Bloomberg and Reuters provide more than…"
"Is Wikileaks a media outlet? It probably is a tremendously influential citizen journalism/whistleblower site -at least, as long as it can keep raw material for scoops coming in and out- but that would rather bring us to collaborative journalism.
Europe 2020 is the EU's growth strategy for the coming decade. This group is for journalists reporting the five ambitious Europe 2020 objectives in their country: employment, innovation, education, social inclusion and climate/energy.See More
Ten, even five years ago, the use of data as a basis for reporting was difficult and costly. Now, with a whole stack of tools to dig into ‘big data‘, join this group and contribute your thoughts on the emerging field of data driven journalism.See More
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The EU Institute for Security Studies EUISS: reflection and the media.Alert 17 from the EUISS concerns Ukraine from the perspective of China. Written by Camille Brugier, Nicu Popescu, it shows careful, tidy analysis, illustrating the competing and sometimes contradictory forces at work on…See More
By Apollo Kut AlierDevelopment and State-building in South Sudan.28 March 2014 at 21:58There are a few things the government of South Sudan cannot risk to grapple with. One is the stance it adopts towards the so-called rebels; the armed men and women who have receded to the woods in defiance of Juba. Their misgivings may be ill-placed, and at times even wild,but that is no reason to ignore them.The government is better off opening doors of dialogue with this malcontents than seeking to bomb…See More