War damage in Kyiv


Ukraine perspectives

Media Freedom

Russian journalism in exile

What's it like for journalists who have fled Russia since Russian President Vladimir Putin’s invasion of Ukraine on 24 February 2022? And the many independent […]

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Reporting the war in Ukraine

The war in Ukraine has turned Ukrainian journalists into war reporters.At a workshop of the University of Sheffield’s Centre for Media Freedom hosted by the centre's […]

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Margaret Hughes 1940-2022

It is with deep regret that the AEJ UK notes the death of Margaret (Maggi) Hughes.Margaret was a journalist for more than 30 years, mainly at the FT and The Guardian.A long-time AEJ member, she was […]

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Russia’s disintegrating neighbourhood

Thomas de Waal, senior fellow with Carnegie Europe, brought his expertise on Russia, Eastern Europe and the Caucasus to an AEJ UK lunch on November 23.He examined the impact on Russia's neighbours of the war in […]

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