The future of indigenous media [video]

Just 12 languages are spoken by two-thirds of the world's seven billion inhabitants. For the globe's 370 million indigenous people, keeping their native languages alive in an increasingly interconnected...

U.S. deportations fuel El Salvador violence

Gangs have made El Salvador one of the world's most dangerous countries. In March 2015, 481 people were murdered in El Salvador, a country of 6 million. That's more than were murdered in the state of Missouri,...

China correspondents, part three: Lara Farrar [Video]

China is an exciting yet difficult place for foreign correspondents to work. In this three-part video series, Global Journalist examines the daily challenges and opportunities of three correspondents in the...

China correspondents, Part Two: Jonathan Browning

China is an exciting yet difficult place for foreign correspondents to work. In this three part video series, Global Journalist examines the daily challenges and opportunities of three correspondents in the...

China correspondents, Part One: Stuart Leavenworth

A veteran correspondent new in Beijing China is an exciting yet difficult place for foreign correspondents to work. In this three part video series, Global Journalist examines the daily challenges and...

Winston Churchill in World War I

Winston Churchill, arguably more famous for his leadership in World War II, had a significant role in World War I as well. To commemorate the 100th anniversary of the start of the war, we look at his legacy...

Microfinance in Myanmar

Global Journalist traveled to Myanmar in March 2014 to cover the East-West Center's Media Conference. While there, reporters Jessica Anania and Cara McClain looked at one NGO's efforts to empower Burmese women...