Relaciones Internacionales – Comunicación Internacional

21 Julio, 2017
por Felipe Sahagún
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The Spanish exception

 

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The Spanish Exception

Although much of the West has been shaken by right-wing populist rebellions, one country seems curiously immune from it all: Spain. foreignaffairs.com

William Chislett @WilliamChislet3 Why Spain does not have right wing populism. Thanks Omar for asking me to revise the article & the quote 

20 Julio, 2017
por Felipe Sahagún
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Periodismo y guerra (afkar/ideas, verano 2017)

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Otros textos de interés en este Número:
Frentes mediáticos en Siria (Carme Colomina)
Realidad y fake news (Marc Marginedas)
Mujer, periodismo y guerra (Mónica G. Prieto)
Las batallas de la corresponsalía de guerra (Jean-Paul Marthoz)

20 Julio, 2017
por Felipe Sahagún
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Spain’s contribution to Euro-Atlantic security

20 Julio, 2017
por Felipe Sahagún
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Inside Yemen

The United Nations recently called what’s happening in Yemen the “largest humanitarian crisis” in the world. You might not have heard about it, though. In recent months, journalists have largely been prevented from entering the country to report firsthand on the devastation.

But in May, FRONTLINE’s Martin Smith made it in. He and his team were the only foreign journalists given permission to enter the country at the time. What they saw unfolds in Inside Yemen, a documentary short that we’ve just released online: “People are not seeing what’s going on. We’re talking thousands of civilian dead,” Smith says.

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