Summer of 2012
Sep. 2012: Soft Power. Hard Money.
China's growing interest in Africa's resources, infrastructure, investments and media is drawing global attention.
Sep. 2012: Signs of Change
Developments hint that Colombia could shed its connotations with drugs and violence. What might this mean for journalism?
Sep. 2012: Caught in Rough Waters
Centuries of tension between China and Japan have fueled disputes over claims to energy-rich islands.
Aug. 2012: Beneath the Conflict
Global Journalist explores the numbers, tweets and news reports behind the violence in India's Assam region.
The Guardian's Tania Branigan reveals what it takes to be an international reporter, how digital technology has affected her job and how exploring the local culture can acclimate foreign journalists.
Aug. 2012: Breaking the Silence
Sexual violence against journalists is no longer a secret.
As Israel's economic and political prowess grows, its appetite for overseas news appears to be diminishing.
Aug. 2012: Uncovering Bradley Manning
Journalist Denver Nicks reveals how he wrote his book about the biggest military breach in U.S. history.
Jul. 2012: The Price of Truth
The stabbing of a Kazakh reporter forces an American journalist to ponder the state of American media.