Caught in the Wheels of Power
Author: Dilek Kurban, Ceren Sözeri
Turkish Economic and Social Studies Foundation (TESEV)
This report is an attempt to understand the legal, political and economic constraints on media freedom and independence in Turkey through a historical lens for a critical analysis of the state-media relations.
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Author: Sheldon Himelfarb, Shamil Idriss
United States Institute of Peace (USIP)
In February 2009, the United States Institute of Peace hosted a daylong conference, “Media as Global Diplomat,” that explored the changing orientation of public diplomacy and the importance of international cross-cultural exchange to public diplomacy.
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A Digital DFAT
Author: Fergus Hanson
Lowy Institute for International Policy
This policy brief looks at the latest e-diplomacy innovations being pioneered by the US, UK and Canadian foreign ministries, drawing on meetings with the e-diplomacy units from all three countries.
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