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Global Journalist: Openly gay minister
On this August 7, 2003 program Global Journalist asks if the election of an openly gay minister in the United States Episcopal Church minister Gene Robinson, as Bishop of New Hampshire threatens to split the Worldwide ...
Global Journalist: Photojournalists on working through a pandemic (2020)
In these highlights of a March 20, 2020 Global Journalist webinar, three photographers for West Coast news outlets discuss the challenges they face to keeping the public informed and themselves safe during the COVID-19 ...
Global Journalist: Investigators dig into the bombing of an Israeli hotel in Mombasa; Saddam Hussein claims no weapons of mass destruction
In this December 5, 2002 episode of Global Journalist, host Stuart Loory interviews three journalists about two different news items of the day -- the bombing of an Israeli-owned hotel in Mombasa, Kenya, and the claims by ...
Global Journalist: NATO in the leadup to the Iraq War
In this February 13, 2003 episode of Global Journalist, host Stuart Loory interviews four panelists about the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) in advance of an important Security Council meeting to determine if ...
Global Journalist: Japan's new trade relations with Africa
In this October 2, 2003 Global Journalist program, guests discuss Japan effort to make new trade partners in Africa. How could this shift the world trading order and relations? The group also discusses Japan's billion-dollar ...
Global Journalist: How a sports reporter challenged Romania's oligarchy
In 2015, victims of a fire in a Romanian nightclub began to dying of infections in hospitals where they were being treated for their burns. Sports reporter Catalin Tolontan and his team investigated the government-run ...
Global Journalist: The Brewing Conflicts in the Peninsulas
On this December 26, 2002 program, journalists discuss how nuclear weapons is influencing foreign relations talk in North and South Korea and how the United States is exerting its power in the Korean and Arabian peninsulas.
Global Journalist: GJ talks lessons learned by foreign journalists at MU Journalism Program
This May 15, 2003 program of Global Journalist featured guest host Byron Scott speaking with three international journalists who spent the last year learning about American media at the Missouri School of Journalism through ...
Global Journalist: Can we contain terrorism?
This May 22, 2003 program featured host Stuart Loory speaking with three international journalists about terrorism, and the global spread and influence of Al Qaeda.
Global Journalist: Covering two deadly viruses
On this April 22, 2020 program, interviewees discussed the reporting on the Zika virus and COVID-19. They also discussed the relationship between the press and public health officials when reporting on pandemics and ...
Global Journalist: The future of Voice of America
On this program, journalists discussed what's going on with Voice of America and the future of the organization. Host: Levi Moltz-Hohmann. Guests: David Ensor, Danforth Austin, Vardha Khalil, Grayson Clary. Producers: Cam ...
Global Journalist: Prospects for George Bush’s second term and Middle East peace
In this November 4, 2004 episode of Global Journalist, Stuart Loory and political correspondents from around the world discuss foreign attitudes regarding the re-election of President George Bush. Also, Loory speaks with ...
Global Journalist: The future of space exploration: United States, Russia, and China
On this February 12, 2004 program of Global Journalist, science journalists discuss the ambitions of space programs between the United States, Russia, China, and how they all occupy in the same realm of space exploration. ...
Global Journalist: Byron Scott explores difficulty of anti-corruption reporting
This is a conversation on June 12, 2003 between Byron Scott and journalists discussing the difficulties of reporting in the Balkans in the midst of corruption and crime. Guests from Serbia, Croatia, and Montenegro weigh ...
Global Journalist: How oil production affects the world economy
In this May 8, 2003 episode of Global Journalist, host Byron Scott and four journalists from Venezuela, Saudi Arabia, Nigeria and Russia discuss about how the oil market in OPEC member countries and allies impacts the world ...
Global Journalist: Mugabe's press crackdown during re-election: President Bush's Asia trip
On this February 21, 2002 Global Journalist program, host Stuart Loory speaks with four journalists about the controversial campaign of Zimbabwe's incumbent candidate for president, Robert Mugabe. They also talk about the ...
Global Journalist: President Bush visits Africa
In this July 10, 2003 episode of Global Journalist, host Stuart Loory leads a discussion on President Bush's visit to Africa and his effort to alleviate the HIV/AIDS epidemic. Host: Stuart Loory. Guests: David Ouma Balikowa, ...
Global Journalist: Illegal Immigration and Asylum Seekers
On this July 3, 2003 program, journalists discuss the current state of illegal immigration, asylum seekers, and where they see future trends leading: specifically in regards to the United States, the United Kingdom, Germany, ...
Global Journalist: A kidnapping in Colombia, a murder in Sweden and a vote against the Euro
This week Global Journalist have a conversation with different journalists about the fate of eight kidnap tourist in Colombia and about who join the EU at last and who is left? In the conversation Stuart Lorry is with Nidia ...
Global Journalist: Germany gears up to elect new chancellor as Iraq War looms
In this September 19, 2002 episode of Global Journalist, host Stuart Loory speaks with four panelists about Germany's upcoming election for chancellor, and possible consequences on the United States' effort to build support ...