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Commonwealth Journalists' Association

You can listen and download the full, unedited audio recording of the CJA’s debate on Monday below. To save the file as an mp3 on your desktop just click on the downward arrow. Global Economic Turmoil: Can the BRICS offer a way out? CJA Debate – 19 Sep 2011 by CommonwealthJournalists Will

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The huge falls on global stock markets of the last few weeks are evidence of mounting fears about the prospects for Western economies. Investors worry that the United States and the Eurozone lack the political will to tackle the black holes in their public finances. With growth slowing alarmingly in the West, can fast-growing economies […]

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Issue No 34 April 2011 By David Spark Download the newsletter in full as a Word document here: CJA Newsletter April 2011 Murder, violence against Pakistani reporters goes on Murder and violence against journalists in Pakistan remain a feature of the Commonwealth media scene. Fauzia Shaheen of CJA Pakistan points out how vulnerable are journalists […]

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The unrest in the Middle East has coincided with a period when western news organisations have been closing bureaux and making overseas correspondents and staff redundant to reduce costs. At the same time, states in other parts of the world are expanding their international coverage and networks – Al-Jazeera, Iran’s Press TV, China’s CCTV and […]

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By Will Henley A leading author and historian on South Asia mounted an impassioned defence of the BBC Hindi language service at a CJA-UK event on 14 February 2011. At the launch of his latest book, India: A Portrait, Patrick French called on BBC chiefs to reverse a decision to ditch short wave broadcasts of […]

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