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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 ...
Global Journalist: The war on Iraq following Bush's Republican Party midterm win
In this interview from November 7, 2002, Stuart Loory and journalists from around the globe discuss the recent victory of President George W. Bush's Republican Party in the midterm elections and its implications for the ...
Global Journalist: From Ebola to COVID
On this May 3, 2020 program, two veteran journalists compared their own reporting on an Ebola outbreak six years with the current COVID coverage. They discussed storytelling tools, techniques and challenges. Host: Regan ...
Global Journalist: The International Influence of American Elections
On this October 14, 2004 program, host Stuart Loory speaks with five journalists around the world to gain international perspectives on the 2004 Presidential Election.
Global Journalist: Bombing of Bali, 2002
The bombing of Bali, a resort city in Indonesia, where 180 tourists died, is the topics of international news for this week. Who is responsible for the attack? What did the Bush Administration say about the bombing? Global ...
Global Journalist: Fair trade and subsidizing rich farmers
On this September 11, 2003 Global Journalist program interviewees discussed how subsidizing farmers in rich countries is affecting the developing world. Are small holder farmers benefiting from the subsidy? What would be ...
Global Journalist: Nuclear Tension Rises in the Korean Peninsula, and Civil War in Liberia Threatens U.S. Embassy
On this July 24, 2003 show, Stuart Loory discusses rising tensions in the world from Liberia to North Korea with a group of journalists.
Global Journalist: Terrorism in Latin America and the Middle East
In this January 24, 2002 episode of Global Journalist, host Stuart Loory and talks with reporters covering the Middle East and Latin America. They discussed the situation in Columbia, where one of the journalists on the ...
Global Journalist: Focus on Iraq and North Korea
In this October 24, 2002 episode of Global Journalist three journalists from around the globe discuss North Korea, Iraq, and developments in the wider Middle East.
Global Journalist: The killing of Palestinian journalist, Mazen Dana
In this August 21, 2003 program interviewees discussed the killing of Journalist Mazen Dana. In 17 August 2003, Mazen Dana a Reuters cameraman was filming when American soldier shot at his chest. Latter an American spokesman ...
Global Journalist: Space Shuttle Columbia disaster
This is a conversation on February 6, 2003 between Stuart Loory and journalists about the Space Shuttle Columbia disaster on February 1, 2003. They discuss their predictions for the American space program going forward, ...
Global Journalist: Tony Blair is in Washington, while in a national scrutiny for his Iraq War involvement
This July 17, 2003 Global Journalist program is about UK Prime Minister Tony Blair's visit to the US as he faces scrutiny at home for his government's decision to join the US in the war against Iraq. In addition, the program ...
Global Journalist: President Bush's war on Iraq and the EU response
This interview from May 1, 2003, features several European journalists describing their countries' responses to President Bush's war on Iraq. They discuss the stance that the leaders of Germany, France, the United Kingdom ...
Global Journalist: Did Facebook's "pivoted to video" cause publishers to face plant?
On this December 11, 2020 Global Journalist program, journalists discuss the media industry's "pivot to video." The trend was led by Facebook and lasted from 2015 to 2018. The journalists discuss the casualties of the ...
Global Journalist: Middle East matrix and the role U.S. plays
In this June 19, 2003 episode of Global Journalist, host Byron Scott and four journalists from Iraq, Egypt, Turkey and Palestine discuss about the Middle East matrix from these countries' perspectives, the role the U.S. ...
Global Journalist: Iraqi elections
In this January 27, 2005 program of the Global Journalist, host Stuart Loory talks to three journalists, Dahr Jamil in Baghdad, Maggy Zanger in Tucson, and Marty Schram in Washington about whether the upcoming elections ...
Global Journalist: Luiz In�cio Lula da Silva poised to Win Brazil's presidential election
In this October 10, 2002 episode of Global Journalist 02, host Stuart Loory speaks with four guests about the implications of an expected presidential victory by Luiz In�cio Lula da Silva, a Marxist member of the Brazilian ...
Global Journalist: Will the US ever use a nuclear weapon again?
On this March 14, 2002 Global Journalist program discussed prospects for Middle East peace and whether the United States might use a nuclear weapon again, following Pentagon plans to build low yield nuclear weapons. Host: ...
Global Journalist: Global war ON terrorism
This August 28, 2003 conversation demonstrate how the global war on terrorism is a complicated matter even for the United Nations. How do we fight terrorism worldwide? Is the UN will ever agree on the fight on global terrorism?