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Iran in the Eyes of the (Media) Beholder

Amazing how media-consumers’ perception of the Iranian crisis can be manipulated by headlines, paragraph sequencing and commentary masquerading as fact – not to mention the selection of op-eds. Consider this piece by Reuters’ Brussels-based correspondent Justyna Pawlak. The optimism oozing

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Posted in Hassan Rouhani, Iranian elections, Iranian Financial Sanctions, Iranian Nuclear Crisis, Iranian Politics, Khamenei, Media Coverage

The Case of Lyse Doucet

Looking behind the scenes of recent Iran crisis coverage, we were unpleasantly surprised to see that media integrity – not only impartiality – continues to deteriorate. As expected, the Almaty 2 talks were covered by the cream of the journalistic

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Posted in BBC, Iranian Nuclear Crisis, Other News
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