How can a population cause so much destruction to the natural environment and cause extinction for many of its inhabitants and not see any repercussions? (Continue reading . . .)
On the National Security BeatNational security reporting news, insights, tips and resources from Medill NSJI Digital Fellow Jennifer-Leigh Oprihory.
By the time last week's Jerusalem Gay Pride Parade turned deadly, Medill NSJI student Eric Cortellessa was already on the scene as part of his externship at The Times of Israel. See his notes and photos from the scene here, and check out the rest of his fifth-quarter coverage here.
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Medill Student Reports
- Transforming thoughts of climate change
- Conflict drives the emergence of disease in refugee camps
- DHS makes sure terrorists don’t get access to chemical facilities
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NSJI in the NewsThe Voice of America featured NSJI in a recent article about how it prepares journalists to cover stories in conflict zones.
“Whistleblowers, Leaks, and the Media: The First Amendment and National Security”The new book, edited by Medill's Ellen Shearer, Paul Rosenzweig and Timothy McNulty delves into the various areas of law surrounding the recent and well-known cases of NSA contractor Edward Snowden, Private First Class Chelsea (formerly Bradley) Manning and WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, among others.
WATCH: Academics debate journalists' role in national security leaks.
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