By Sarah Cutler Published November 9, 2014
A side-by-side comparison of U.S. and Canadian coverage of the October 23 Ottawa shooting provides valuable lessons for American media.
By Sarah Cutler Published October 24, 2014
Though the Hong Kong protests have faced their share of problems, from the lack of a cohesive message to publicity issues rooted in the Communist Party's censorship, these protests have taught the world some valuable lessons.
By Sarah Cutler Published April 21, 2014
A Palestinian professor's choice to bring 27 students to a concentration camp receives an explosive response, highlighting the need for more trips of its kind to promote understanding and tolerance in Israeli-Palestinian negotiations.
By Sarah Cutler Published March 17, 2014
If the West wants Uganda to repeal recent anti-gay legislation, we need to stop moralizing and start focusing on the effects the bill will have on the country's public health programs and development initiatives.