Julian Snelling assesses the increasing presence of the Party in China’s “third realm,” aiming to comprehend the extent to which information dissemination constitutes not just top-down control but individual self-censorship.
Negative ads may not be so negative after all. Ravdeep Sandal analyzes the impact of negative ads on democracy.
Tiffany Kwok takes a look at the increasingly sophisticated deepfake technology, and explores the implications of its ease of access.
The media is a critical tool that frames the way we perceive and think of our society, as well as the way we act. It creates and perpetuates narratives and influences how we consider men’s and women’s roles in public and private spheres. Women in the media are often under-represented and portrayed in stereotypical ways. Read More…
Farah Bogani explores the severity of LGBT abuses in Chechnya and whether Russia will launch an effective investigation.
In part two of this two-part series, Erin Loney discusses the implications of President Trump’s controversial relations with the American news media.
In part one of this two-part series, Erin Loney discusses President Trump’s controversial relations with the American news media.
White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer’s baffling insistence on the inauguration’s crowd size appears to fit into a broader communications strategy designed to bait the press establishment. So far it has worked swimmingly.
Temperament plays an increasingly relevant role in the success or failure of a political office. Adena Eliasoph explores the media’s role in responsibly informing the public and the impact that ‘identity politics’ can have on global economies, civil society, and multilateralism.
Sabrina Natale discusses the risks that journalists face when reporting in conflict zones and the resources in place to protect them.