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The propaganda behind Obama's drone war
The campaign of drone strikes in Pakistan, Yemen and Somalia is one of the Obama administration's worst-kept secrets.
Last Modified: 24 Jun 2012 12:01 GMT
Pakistan expresses concern over drones
Drones 'cause mental trauma'
The drone arms race
US censures report on drone casualties
The US military's secret military
The US love affair with drones
The propaganda behind Obama's drone war
Egypt: The media's role in politics
Blowing the whistle on Obama's America
Listening in at the Leveson Inquiry
The citizen journalists challenging al-Assad
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US Memorial Day: A semantic minefield
We report on the US media and the terminology that galvanises America's wars.
Black and white newsreel
Watching old news anew - what has changed in journalism over the last 70 years?
Beating censorship in Zimbabwe
A look at how, even in the digital age, the best way for Zimbabweans to get the news is to pick up the phone.
The decline of the US print media
Forty years after Watergate, we look at the Washington Post and the challenges facing investigative journalism.
The impact of online animations
A look at how online animators are becoming a political force to be reckoned with.
Chile's collective trauma
A TV series based on real testimonies about Pinochet's dictatorship takes Chileans back to their troubled past.
Greece's media crisis
We look at how the country's economic collapse has hit the Greek media.
Kony 2012: The new kids on the media block
For many NGOs and charities in Africa the Kony video has marked a significant point in their media evolution.
North Korea: The cult of the Kims
Revealing the lengths the country's propaganda department will go to to ensure Kim Jong-un's image is untarnished.
Hungary's media battle
Is the country's new media law an effort by the Orban government to centralise control and curb media freedom?
Ali Ferzat: Breaking the barrier of fear
The Syrian cartoonist paid the price for mocking Assad with satirical drawings, but he has not given up.
The resurgence of Russian satire
Thousands of Russians have tapped into the country's rich tradition of political satire to express their discontent.
Guatemala: A new era of security?
For Guatemala's journalists working often means putting their own lives on the line, but their situation might change.
News channel or propaganda tool?
A look at why Russia Today often seems more interested in reviving the Cold War than reporting on real Russian stories.
Boycotting reality: 'All American Muslim'
What has an American Muslim reality TV show revealed about US media in a post-9/11 era?
Sri Lanka's media blockade
Two years after the civil war ended, do Sri Lanka's journalists still find themselves in dangerous territory?
The Arab Spring's spin doctors
A look at how embattled Arab governments have employed the services of Western PR companies to clean up their image.
The PKK: 'Rebels' or 'terrorists'?
The Turkish government is turning up the political heat on those who refuse to adopt their chosen terminology.
Trending on Twitter: Fake accounts
A look at fraudsters impersonating real celebrities, politicians and corporations on Twitter.
Peru's 'pink tide'
Across Latin America, privately owned right-wing media groups are waging war against their new left-wing governments.
Tightening the grip: China's media campaign
As Beijing announces 'Cultural Development Guidelines', can the state control what society wants to see?
China: Soft power or hard sell?
As Chinese stories dominate global headlines, we examine one of the country's growing exports - the image of itself.
Au revoir Sarkozy, bienvenue Hollande
Did Nicolas Sarkozy's tempestuous relationship with the French media contribute to his defeat at the polls?
Tunisia's multiplying media
Media outlets have multiplied in post-Ben Ali Tunisia, but with this plurality has come a whole new set of problems.
Last Modified: 10 May 2012 09:39 GMT
When the cameras turned on the Murdochs
Listening Post examines the mega-media story ripping through Britain's media and political elite.
Last Modified: 28 Apr 2012 09:51 GMT
Chinese whispers: Murder, mystery, the media
We examine a scandal that has seen the single voice of the Chinese state compete with a cacophony of online voices.
Last Modified: 22 Apr 2012 09:40 GMT
Navigating Syria's slippery narratives
Listening Post puts social media in Syria under the spotlight and asks who and how much to trust.
Last Modified: 14 Apr 2012 09:42 GMT
Myanmar's media moment
Is the country's changing media landscape a significant shift or merely a ploy to encourage the lifting of sanctions?
Last Modified: 09 Apr 2012 15:10 GMT
Media battle heats up in Sri Lanka, again
The civil war may be over but the media battle rages on, plus, an alternative news source for Egyptians, by Egyptians.
Last Modified: 06 Apr 2012 17:30 GMT
The dangers of reporting the 'war on terror'
We look at Obama's role in the continued imprisonment of a Yemeni journalist and the issues behind it.
Last Modified: 26 Mar 2012 13:00 GMT
Rush Limbaugh: Taking shock one step too far
A look at the Republican media machine and how the Limbaugh controversy could impact the 2012 US presidential election.
Last Modified: 10 Mar 2012 11:49 GMT
Afghanistan's propaganda war
After the recent series of 'PR disasters', are the Americans losing their battle for hearts and minds in Afghanistan?
Last Modified: 17 Mar 2012 10:08 GMT
Syria's media tug of war
As fighting continues in Syria, competing media narratives are making it difficult to find a middle ground.
Last Modified: 03 Mar 2012 12:08 GMT
Turkish cabinet meets to discuss Syria crisis
Prying eyes in US skies raise privacy fears
Egypt's Morsi calls for unity after poll win
Putin seeks to refresh Israeli relations
The accidental empire
Giant of Galapagos Islands is lost forever
Myanmar's Rohingya forced back to sea
Turkey-Syria relations: Taking a nose dive?
Cyprus asks EU for financial bailout
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