Bolsonaro Is Already Undermining Brazil’s Upcoming Election
The populist president and his devotees are casting a dark cloud over the October vote.
How Western Media Framed Kazakhstan’s Protests
A complicated conflict was reduced to an easy narrative of riots and chaos.
The Real Threat to Social Media Is Europe
The EU is passing legislation that will weaken free speech laws beyond the breaking point.
Ukraine Exposed the True Danger of Chinese Censorship
The Chinese public has been inoculated against outside information.
Russia’s Ukraine Propaganda Has Turned Fully Genocidal
Egged on by the language of annihilation and extermination, Russian soldiers have become willing executioners.
West Seeks to Pierce Russia’s Digital Iron Curtain
Governments and media sites are finding creative ways to get the truth about Russian President Vladimir Putin’s war to regular Russians.
Russia’s Media Is Now Totally in Putin’s Hands
The destruction of independent outlets is rooted in post-Soviet problems.
Donald Trump’s History Book
Journalists have written the “first rough draft of history,” but now it is historians’ turn to assess a most unconventional presidency.
The Problem With Coverage of Women in War
Stereotypes “permit and exacerbate conflict,” experts say.
Americans Have Never Wanted the Truth
A new history of fakery in U.S. journalism shows the public has always had an appetite for fake news.
Why Is the Wartime Press Corps So Hawkish?
The United States’ most reputable media outlets have a long history of tilting toward military action.
4 Reasons Why Putin’s War Has Changed Big Tech Forever
The conflict has permanently upended how the major platforms do business.
Oksana Baulina, Fashion Editor-Turned-Kremlin Scourge, Killed in Kyiv
Russia loses a passionate voice against injustice.
When Hate Goes Viral
Publicizing attacks and exploiting social media is the new normal for terrorism.
Chinese State Media Is Pushing Pro-Russian Misinformation Worldwide
Ad buys show a pattern of targeting cheaper markets.
Kazakhstan Can’t Torture Its Way to Stability
Until the Tokayev regime shows remorse for its brutal crackdown, the country’s reforms won’t bring progress.
Will Russia Chase Out Big Tech?
The Kremlin’s battle with foreign tech companies didn’t begin in January.
China’s Propaganda Over Ukraine Is Shifting and Uncertain
Beijing is backing Moscow—but less so than in the early days of war.