China’s new national security law clamps down on journalists covering Hong Kong as well as pro-democracy and pro-independence advocates in the region.
A new national security law has called into question the future of Hong Kong. On episode 12 of LTNS, photojournalist Laurel Chor discusses how the law has changed the city and the protests that have enveloped the streets of the global hub for the past year.
While the Newseum may have closed its doors to the public, journalism and a free press still and should remain essential parts of American democracy.
President Trump’s tendency to pit the media against the justice system is dangerous to our democracy.
India’s press freedom is being tested by attacks on journalists and censorship of media.
At a recent Washington Post Live event, media heavy-hitters talked about the state of “fake news” today.
Government pressure has forced Cambodia’s independent paper to shut down.
The rise of populism and a deepening distrust in the government and the media have upended old assumptions about the world. Many in academic and journalistic circles are beginning to question whether democracy is something that can be taken for granted. In an effort to