United States

What’s it really like to head up a world class news organ­iz­a­tion? The New York Times’ Bill Keller shares with read­ers the loneli­ness of com­mand: Q. I think a lot of young journ­al­ists and edit­ors, myself included, are curi­ous about what a day in the shoes of Bill Keller is like. Can you walk us through a nor­mal work day […]

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I was one of the people inter­viewed for Andrew Cur­rah’s What’s Hap­pen­ing to Our News, which is out today. Don’t let that put you off. Andrew’s an eco­nom­ic geo­graph­er — dif­fer­ent, I guess, from a geo­graph­ic eco­nom­ist — maybe it’s an eco­nom­ist who knows where he is.

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In the Jer­u­s­alem Post, Mitchell Barak calls for an Israeli Al Jaz­eera Eng­lish.


Mads Gil­bert is a crit­ic of US for­eign policy and of Israel. He also hap­pens to be a Nor­we­gi­an emer­gency medi­cine spe­cial­ist who is cur­rently work­ing inside Gaza. As a doc­tor, he has shown up in TV reports describ­ing the situ­ation inside his med­ic­al facil­ity. But as a crit­ic of Israel/US policy he is under attack him­self, from pre­dict­able […]