Posts tagged with International Training

Great project by the US-China Institute at USC. The documentary — Assignment: China, “Opening Up” — is the story of the Western journalists who covered China in the early years of its opening to the West and the attempts by the Chinese government to control the message those journalists sent out. The 1-hour documentary (available online) is […]

Got just a short posting about a friend’s review of the world’s highest bar. (FYI, it’s in Hong Kong.) The issue of who pays for the food and drink at a restaurant to be reviewed for most Americans is a no-brainer. But that is not necessarily so in the rest of the world. And my […]

The following item was first  posted at Journalism, Journalists and the World. One of the good things about the Wikileaks cables, I argue, is that it shows how the U.S. Foreign Service promotes and protects U.S. jobs — a very domestic issue. Unfortunately few in the U.S. — and within the journalism community — understand […]

Editor-in-chief of Reuters News David Schlesinger told a Hong Kong audience Oct 15 that journalism today is less about delivering straight facts than providing actionable information. “That’s why this is the age of the publisher,” he said. “Journalists who understand this will survive. Those who don’t will be irrelevant.” Schlesinger was speaking as part of […]

Communications Internship Council on Foreign Relations Location: United States (Washington, DC) Contact Information: Human Resources Phone: 202-509-8400 Email: Council on Foreign Relations Human Resources Office 1777 F Street, NW, Washington, DC 20006 FAX (202) 509-8490 INTERNSHIP OPPORTUNITY Department: Office of Communications Length of internship: Spring 2011 The Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) is […]