Information, misinformation, and disinformation in the digital age
L-R: Dr. Marc Holzer, Dean, School of Public Affairs & Administration, Dr. Uchenna Ekwo, President of the Center for Media & Peace Initiatives, and Dr. Michael Gershowitz , professor of public affairs ar Rutgers University at The 3rd Annual Conference on Media & Democratic Governance hosted jointly by The Center for Media and Peace Initiatives, Rutgers University-Newark School of Public Affairs and Administration (SPAA )and The Society of Professional Journalists (NJ Chapter). Theme: “Seeing Through the Spin: Sorting Fact from Fiction in Public Information”

Information, misinformation, and disinformation in the digital age

By Uchenna Ekwo Valery Yegorov, a Ukrainian-American could not hide his disapproval of the media coverage of the unfolding crisis in Ukraine by major media networks in the United States…

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The Referenda Revolution: Russia, Africa and Global Peace
Pro-Russian Crimeans wave Russian flags as they gather to celebrate in Simferopol's Lenin Square after voters in Ukraine's Crimea region supported union with Russia.

The Referenda Revolution: Russia, Africa and Global Peace

By Uchenna Ekwo About 97 per cent of Crimean voters on Sunday overwhelmingly backed a referendum to secede from Ukraine and join Russia, in an election denounced by the United…

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Censorship: The dilemma of journalists

By Uchenna Ekwo The attention- headline-grabbing on-air resignation of Liz Wahl who until Wednesday worked for Russia Today, the state-owned Russian news agency should provoke thoughts about the daily challenges…

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