Courage in Journalism Awards 2021 from the International Women’s Media Foundation, hosted by Christiane Amanpour

Vanessa Charlot is a freelance photojournalist and documentary photographer whose work includes stories where race, identity, politics, and economy intersect. She has worked in the United States, the Caribbean, and Southeast Asia. Her work has been commissioned by the New York Times, Gucci, Vogue, Rolling Stone, The New Yorker, Oprah …

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Why we mustn’t recognize Russia’s electoral fraud

A man walks past video screens showing video footage of Central Electoral Commission polling stations during the Russian parliamentary elections. September 19, 2021. (Sergei Fadeichev / TASS via REUTERS) The Russian parliamentary elections on September 17-19 removed any lingering doubts that Russia had ceased to be a democracy and revealed …

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EUROPEAN MIDDAY BRIEFING: Share slump in China -2-

The spin-off of Universal Music Group by Vivendi SE, expected on Tuesday, will deprive the French conglomerate of its most lucrative business and test the market’s appetite for music as an asset class. The world’s largest music company behind stars like Taylor Swift, Drake and the Beatles will debut on …

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International relations amid the pandemic

The beginning of August was marked by two events which, without their fundamental significance, are essential for the global agenda in order to understand what international politics may look like in the future. First, relations between China and the small Baltic state of Lithuania fell de facto after the latter’s …

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