Monitoring press freedom and international affairs from Mid-Missouri Public Radio and the Missouri School of Journalism

Why Nicaragua's journalists had to leave their country to keep reporting on it

Daniel Ortega once fought a Nicaraguan dictator. Now he has become one. Before "winning" a fourth term as the country's president in November, the former…
Molly Olmstead: 'Blossoming into this wonderful reporter'
By  • 5 April 2021
Dodging flashbang grenades and low-flying helicopters probably isn't how most people view a typical life of a Washington correspondent. However, Molly Olmstead has encountered both on recent assignments in the nation's capital for Slate Magazine. …
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Sarah Wire: Inside the Capitol on Jan. 6
By  • 5 April 2021
Sarah Wire graduated in 2009 from the Missouri School of Journalism and spent the next decade building on the training she got there. She rose steadily up the ranks, landing jobs at bigger and better…
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Catching up with: Yariel Valdés González
By  • 19 December 2020
Editor's note: Last year, Global Journalist talked to two journalists who had been detained for long periods of time despite entering the U.S. legally with asylum claims that were recognized as legitimate by the U.S.…
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    Global Journalist covers press freedom, human rights and international affairs. The weekly, half-hour discussion is produced by faculty and students of the Missouri School of Journalism and Mid-Missouri Public Radio featured interviews with international journalists, diplomats, activists and others.
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