The foreign report--even more vital

Shuster, Alvin
June 1997
Nieman Reports;Summer97, Vol. 51 Issue 2, p21
Examines the diminished importance of foreign correspondents, questioning whether the United States needs to have these journalists stationed around the world. Factors which have resulted in fewer foreign correspondents; Why the media should focus on foreign news coverage; Challenge faced by journalists who still report on world news.


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