Maria Ressa Wants to Save Journalism
The Filipino American journalist and Nobel laureate explains what it’s like to be a government target—and how to safeguard a free press.
There are many forces assaulting journalism around the world: misinformation, pressures on revenue models, and a growing trend of autocrats attacking press freedoms. One journalist who has faced up to all of these attacks in the most high-profile way imaginable is the Filipino American media executive and Nobel Peace Prize laureate Maria Ressa.
Ravi Agrawal is the editor in chief of Foreign Policy. Twitter: @RaviReports
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