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Strangling Hong Kong

Will a legacy of quality, unfettered journalism be moulded into the tightly controlled media of mainland China?

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Turkey's media pressure points

Amid accusations of censorship, is government pressure creating a climate of intimidation for media in the country?

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The rise and fall of Tehelka

In the shadow of a scandal, the once pioneering Indian newsmagazine now faces a battle to survive.

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Egypt's media war

As journalists face arrest, we ask why the media is seen as being either with the army or with the Muslim Brotherhood.

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The Clinic: Shaking up Chilean journalism

A satirical magazine is filling the vacuum left by the shortcomings of the country's mainstream press.

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Russia's media Olympics

Ahead of Sochi's Olympics, we ask how the Kremlin will handle the news coverage that comes with hosting the games.

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Revolving doors: Media and politics

We examine the relationship that exists between the news business and the world of politics in Washington.

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Turkey: The media sub-plot

We examine how news outlets have become part of the story in the recent scandal involving Erdogan’s government.

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Israeli media: When the papers run dry

How one free paper is threatening the country's oldest publications and reshaping the political landscape of the press.

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South Sudan and the media of conflict

Is there a hierarchy of knowledge in reporting about Africa, with more authority given to international journalists?

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Is photojournalism dying?

A look at citizen-generated news imagery and the career-ending implications for professional photojournalists.

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Egypt: Journalism under siege?

Listening Post examines how covering the Muslim Brotherhood has become a minefield for the media.