Radio-Silenced in the World’s Newest Country

South Sudan’s journalists are being murdered and jailed. But could a new peace deal end the country’s war on press freedom?


He Was Hiding From Charlie Hebdo Gunmen. Now He Wants French Media to Pay for Revealing His Location.

Lilian Lepère hid for eight hours from Said and Cherif Kouachi, the gunmen responsible for deadly attacks in January. But did French media compromise his safety during the ordeal?

Best Defense

What a veteran combat commander wants from any reporters covering his unit

Best Defense guest columnist Col. Keith Nightingale, U.S. Army (Ret.) on media and combat.

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4 Questions Chinese People Want Answered After Deadly Tianjin Blast

After a midnight explosion in Tianjin killed dozens, citizen-journalists are pressing the government to do more and share more.


How President Erdogan Mastered the Media

Turkey's once-feisty press has succumbed to an artful mix of bribery, muscle, and ideology.


Amos Yee, Singapore’s Teen Dissident, Is Back With a Crude, Hilarious Video

Fresh out of prison, the 16-year-old is back with another attack on his country's rulers.

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