Iranian brothers make art speak

Stencils in pocket, two Iranian street artists Icy and Sot journeyed from Iran to the Big Apple to bring their social messages to the walls of the...

Trials and tribulations

Why covering controversial Kurdish issues amid tough anti-terrorism laws can land journalists in jail.  In Turkey, the world’s largest jailer...

All eyes on US

What the world is saying about the two candidates vying for the US presidency. As the world gears up to watch the U.S. elect its next president,...

Thinking outside the magazine

Adam Moss, editor of New York magazine discusses the innovations that earned the publication the Missouri Honor Medal. Adam Moss is a trendsetter...

Not intimidated

Journalists continue to cover protests in Ethiopia despite harassment and imprisonment. Ethiopian authorities detained a reporter working for the...

Caught in rough waters

Centuries of tension between China and Japan have fueled disputes over claims to energy-rich islands. The disputes surrounding ownership of the...

Beneath the conflict

Global Journalist explores the numbers, tweets and news reports behind the violence in India's Assam region. The conflict among ethnic groups in...

Breaking the silence

Sexual violence against journalists is no longer a secret. In 2010, Umar Cheema, an investigative reporter for Pakistan’s largest...