mass media

There are exceptions in India’s current round of electioneering rhetoric against Muslims that prove the country is still united in diversity.

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A revised code of ethics overseen by the government rightly raises concerns about press freedom in Malaysia. There is an alternative solution.

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In Malaysia’s post-truth era, information overload and manipulation hinder informed decision-making, demanding media literacy solutions.

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Press freedom in India has been badly hit by the gobbling up of media platforms by a few large companies.

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Freedom of the press, a cornerstone of democracy, is under attack around the world, just when we need it more than ever.

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News outlets relied for so long on advertising to sustain them, they could never recover once it went elsewhere.

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This year is vital for democracy and AI is already wreaking havoc on a news landscape struggling to cope. Smart, proactive legislation could provide protection.

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In the disinformation war, scientists will fail if their only weapons are critical thinking and a respect for evidence. We must engage more broadly.

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Graphic design can be a powerful tool in enhancing people’s confidence in scientific communications.

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Debates over nuclear power in Australia continue to be stoked. Not by industry or voters, but by the media. Following a worn path that likely leads nowhere.

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Across the globe, political campaigns are targeting young people for their votes, but are they listening to their growing anger over climate inaction?

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