Public and politicians leapfrogged each other in providing facts for journalists to report at a crucial stage of the peace process in Northern Ireland, as the Ulster Unionist Executive met to consider the Good Friday Agreement of 1998.
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PART 2 Further thoughts Chapter 1 - How to handle propaganda efforts in war journalism By Rune Ottosen and Stig A.
Jake Lynch, correspondent based in London and Sydney for Sky News and The Independent.
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Nohrstedt, Oslo College Department of Journalism Chapter 2 - Peace Journalism and Media War By Danny Schechter, Executive Producer, Globalvision, New York Chapter 3 - Journalists Anonymous?
By Phillip Knightley, author, The First Casualty and Hack’s Progress Chapter 4 - Media & Conflict Resolution in Greek-Turkish Relations By Neslihan Ozgunes, European Centre for Common Ground, and Georgios Terzis, Catholic University of Brussels Chapter 5 - Meaningless Statistics and Meaningful News By Paul O’Connor, producer, Undercurrents video magazine Chapter 6 - Norms By Julian Darley, Consultant Conflict & Peace Forums All contributors write in a personal capacity.
The deal was, SA-FM would pay for the pair to have a luxury holiday in Bali on condition that, at the end of the week, they marry.
But this episode of Two Strangers and a Wedding soon began to go wrong.
Assignment became assignation for Christopher Hill, as he and Boyer drew close, Balacco returning home early in disillusion.