The Global Journalist celebrated World Press Freedom Day on May 3 by speaking with journalists on free press conditions worldwide.
Journalists from around the country and around the world were racing to try to report the emerging details of Osama bin Laden's death.
Winning the heart of the people and protecting personnel in the media will be a challenge for Ivory Coast's new president.
This week, Global Journalist highlights press freedom issues from countries including Syria, Venezuela and Italy.
Journalists often bear witness to a variety of traumas following natural and national disasters. This type of reporting can take a mental and physical toll on the reporters who cover these events.
Though some may blame political unrest for climbing oil prices, other economic forces are also at play.
This week's guests discussed the journey ahead for the world's newest nation and the issue of press freedom in the region.
Marking the 100th anniversary of International Women's Day, Global Journalist went live and brought in female journalists from around the world to discuss their experiences in reporting.
The founder of the True/False Film Festival and two documentary directors share their behind-the-lens views.
Journalists from indigenous populations can offer unique points of view, but they also can face challenges when issues arise between governments and these populations.
The Republic of Kosovo reaches its third birthday, but problems still exist — such as gaining entrance into the European Union.
As the Hungarian prime minister became president of the EU Council, Viktor Orban received criticism regarding Hugary's regulation of press freedom.
Problems in Egypt could affect the Middle East, a region already accustomed to social and political problems.
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Journalists from Paris, London, Ireland and Greece discuss the tense atmosphere in struggling European nations and the steps that both the Eurozone and the U.S. must take to revitalize their economies.
Journalists from around the world discuss the future of Afghanistan, which faces both a seemingly resurgent Taliban amid corruption, violence and a planned U.S. military pullout.
With the recent publication of numerous U.S. diplomatic documents by WikiLeaks, sources for journalists could become warier of sharing information.
Journalists discuss the implications for international politics of President Obama's recent trip to Asia.
What's at stake in the debate about online privacy? What regulatory agencies are involved, what options are they considering, and is there a gulf between the U.S. and the European Union in notions of privacy?
It is election season, not just in the United States but in many countries around the world from Brazil to Egypt. What common themes continue to emerge? What challenges do countries face as they elect leaders to represent them?