Entries from January 2012
29 January 2012 - A Creative Interpretation of November IAEA Report on Iran
14 January 2012 - Blatant Spin in BBC Hugo Chavez Headline
24 January 2012 - Webb Speculates About when Killing Innocents is 'Understandable'
11 January 2012 - Taxing the Wealthy: A Framed Debate
How the UK Media Legitimise the Idea of a War on Iran
The Editors, 26 January 2012
The UK media has over the last three months obediently towed the line of western leaders in their increasingly hostile posturing towards Iran. Despite their reporting of (to give a few examples) a covert war on Iran, the entry of a US spy drone into Iranian airspace, and the recent assassination of...
Business Interests The presidency of Venezuela's Hugo Chavez, and those of other Latin American leaders whose policies are at odds with those dominant in Europe and the US, are often labelled as 'controversial' in BBC coverage, regardless of how overwhelming their election victories might be. Defining the news, business leaders or opposition...
'One of the most visible, vocal and controversial leaders in Latin America' (according to the BBC), Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez receives much attention from the British media. Frequent news reports, alluding to government 'attacks' on democracy and press freedom, and discussing the nationalisation of assets, create an impression of a 'regime' which...
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