‘Love Letter’ From Australian Journalist Jailed in China

Voice of America

“I haven't seen a tree in three years,” said Cheng Lei, the Australian journalist who has been detained in China for three years, in a letter to the people in her home country.


Journalists Work Clandestinely in Post-Coup Myanmar

Voice of America

“The biggest challenge is trying to practice ethical journalism at this critical time. If we write about revolutionary forces, the military will arrest us. Pro-revolutionary forces also label us pro-military media while reporting on military matters.”


Released Journalists Share Prison Experiences in Myanmar

Global Voices

In late June, the Myanmar military government released more than 2,000 prisoners arrested for resisting the coup, including 12 journalists. At least 36 journalists are still in detention.


Myanmar: Court Extends US Journalist’s Detention

Deutsche Welle

Danny Fenster, a 37-year-old Michigan native, was detained last month as he tried to fly home to the United States. The U.S. State Department has urged Myanmar's military junta to release him immediately.


China's New Foreign Correspondents Go Into the Fray

Shixin Ivy Zhang

Chinese foreign correspondents and war correspondents may be a major force and agents in China’s soft power public diplomacy. But being Chinese does not bring many benefits to practicing journalists.


Murder in Myanmar: Reporter's Death Linked to Illegal Logging

Beth Walker

Journalist’s death highlights plight of Myanmar’s forests and corruption of illegal logging trade to India and China


How 'All the President's Men' Defined the Look of Journalism on Screen

Andy Wright

As we enter the final leg of the 2016 U.S. presidential campaign, let us examine one of the iconic film portrayals of press and politics.

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