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Fact Checking the Bergdahl Affair
It's a terrible precedent for Bergdahl's family to receive threats. Why hasn't the noise machine that put out those false translations been forced to issue a retraction?
Staying in Afghanistan Is a Recipe for More Terrorism
Anthony W. Orlando
Assistant Lecturer in the Sol Price School of Public Policy at...
Barack Obama is daring the terrorists. He's standing in their front yard. He's calling them out. Of course, that's not how it's reported.
Journalists at Risk
Director/Producer, 'Killing the Messenger'
The free flow of unimpeded reporting is vital to a healthy democracy. As an audience it's our responsibility to be less cynical and to realize the threats journalists face.
Our Twisted Politics of Grief
Author, 'War Made Easy: How Presidents and Pundits Keep Spinni...
The "war on terror" was built on two tiers of grief. Momentous and meaningless. Ours and theirs. The domestic politics of grief settled in for a very long haul, while perpetual war required the leaders of both major parties to keep affirming and reinforcing the two tiers of grief.
Kidnapped Journalist: What Media's Missing In Middle East
The Hubris of the Drones
By the standards of slaughter in Vietnam, the deaths caused by drones are hardly a bleep on the consciousness of official Washington. But we have to wonder if each innocent killed doesn't give rise to second thoughts by those judges who prematurely handed our president the Nobel Prize for Peace.
When a Drone Flies Over Waziristan, Does It Make a Sound?
Policy Director, Just Foreign Policy
"The U.S. missile-attacks destroy militant training compounds and cars but they also hit mosques, homes, religious schools and civilian vehicles. I witnessed the fear, stress and depression this causes for the tribal communities on a visit to the region in May."
Academia at a Crossroads -- Can Our Great Universities Lead in a Time of Need
University Entrepreneur in Residence, University of North Caro...
Universities are easy targets for cash strapped state legislatures anxious to spread the pain to college professors who can easily be characterized as overpaid, and institutions that can clearly operate more efficiently.
Reuters Poaches Star 'Times' Reporter
The Agenda: Los Angeles Is For Book Lovers
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: Pakistan Released
'My Husband Was Kidnapped By The Taliban': One NYT Wife's Story
War Fever at the
: A Five-Day Log
Professor of Literature, Yale University
Made nervous by signs that President Obama will not push for a bigger war in Afghanistan, the
New York Times
is showing what the rest of his time in office will be like if he does not cooperate.
Neda Video Wins Polk Award: Iran Protest Death Video First Anonymous Winner Of Journalism Prize
Adam J. Rose
New York Times "Paid Millions" To Release David Rohde From Taliban: Reporter
David Rohde: Held By The Taliban. Part Three
David Rohde: Held By The Taliban, Part I
NYT Journalist David Rohde Recounts 7 Months In Taliban Captivity
David Rohde, Reporter Who Escaped Taliban, Returns to Thundeous Applause
David Rohde's Kidnapping Media Blackout Extended To Wikipedia
Think Again: Who Jails Journalists?
Distinguished Professor of English, Brooklyn College, City Uni...
At least 36 journalists are being held captive in Iran, 26 of whom were arrested after the presidential election.
Bill Keller: David Rohde Thanked Me For Kidnapping Media Blackout
How Daniel Pearl May Have Saved David Rohde
Taliban Wanted $25 Million For Release Of David Rohde
David Rohde's Escape From Taliban: Taking Advantage Of Weary Guards, Using A Rope
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