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European Press Review Feb 21 2024

ES. Vienna, February 22, 2024 Eurotopics looks into what seem to be Julian Assange's dwindling chances of avoiding his last years in an American prison....

AI – destroyer and hope

from our man in the USA. New York, February 10, 2024 AI Will Boost Productivity, Even Make Movies With the Dead? by Llewellyn King  Advanced countries can...

Death of Juraj Alner, celebrated European journalist

tm. Bratislava, February 1, 2024 The AEJ's honorary Secretary-General, the internationally acclaimed editor, writer, and champion of human rights Juraj Alner, has died at the age...

Calls for end to slaughter of journalists in Gaza

es/wh). Vienna/ London January 24, 2024 Plea for end to deliberate killing of our colleagues The AEJ is one of 18 international press freedom, human rights,...

Louise Weiss Prize goes multi-lingual

es. Vienna, January 20, 2024 The Louise Weiss journalism prize founded by the AEJ's French Section is expanding its range, as Véronique Auger, its president...

European Press review 12 Jan 2024

es Vienna, January 12, 2024 The Eurotopics Press Review remains invaluable for a quick panorama of what's being said and fought about in the European...

Afghanistan – the killing goes on

es Nuremberg, January 12, 2024 Our former Kabul correspondent Ali Behzad, now safely in Bavaria with his family thanks to AEJ support, helplessly watches the...

Obituary – Delors, architect of European Union

Vienna, January 10, 2024 Architect of the EU by Otmar Lahodynsky, former Brussels correspondent for profil, hon. AEJ President Jacques Delors, who died at 98 in Paris...

Banned jellyfish sticks with the Putin story

Vienna, December 14, 2023 The intrepid Russian website Meduza website today includes  Reporters Sans Frontières' annual report: in 2023 Russia was world’s fifth-largest jailer of...

Reflections on the art of disinformation

How Napoleon is still winning the Information Wars by Llewellyn King, Rhode Island, December 11, 2023 The trouble with history is that no one can agree...

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