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For journalists, reporting on cross-border disputes poses special challenges and dangers
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|Title:||For journalists, reporting on cross-border disputes poses special challenges and dangers|
|Date Issued:||22 Jul 2021|
|Publisher:||Honolulu, HI : East-West Center|
- In a recent webinar, journalists who cover long-simmering enmities between neighboring countries discussed facing political pressure, entrenched attitudes of ethnic and religious animosity, lack of access to sources, disinformation, and threats to their personal safety
- Journalists were among the casualties during the recent conflict in Gaza, and several were imprisoned
- Panelists cited rising nationalism in East Asia as a barrier to impartial reporting on longstanding disagreements between Japan and South Korea
- Journalists in India and Pakistan are unable to report effectively on each other's countries because of “high walls” that leaders have built between the nations.
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