Too often, the 24-hour TV news cycle leaves viewers with the impression that journalists' professional detachment in covering global crises borders on misery tourism. I have rarely encountered journalists thus inclined.
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In his second dispatch, "The Vote Comes to Afghanistan's Peaceful Heartland" for Foreign Policy, September 20, Schuster Institute Senior Fellow E. Ben...
Take a look as some leading media-makers debate coverage of human trafficking. What hinders good reporting on human trafficking? What do journalists fear when they report on slaves and slavery?
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