The PEN Pod: Lessons Learned in Uncertainty with Fatima Shaik
“That uncertainty can sort of be tamed, for me, by talking to other people and sharing on the phone, and by focusing on small things, small pleasures.” More
Risk and Reward: Local Journalists Covering the Front Lines of War in Syria and Yemen
Covering a Crisis: A Conversation with the Writers Behind “Seven Days of Heroin”
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“We will try to fight to the last moment,” said Hong Kong Journalists Association chairman, Ronson Chan. “But honestly, it’s a gamble. How cruelly will the Beijing government treat us? We know the history of journalists in the People’s Republic of China.” https://nyti.ms/30XCm0k
In this interview, Nobel Peace Prize recipient Dmitry Muratov speaks about the Nobel Peace Prize, journalism in Russia, the growing tendency to suppress the freedom of press, and more: https://bit.ly/3m9JLBH.