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  • Europe’s Pivot to Central Asia

    May 4, 2018 // 0 Comments

    Central Asia has started to assert its interests and identity. European powers should seize the initiative and bolster these trends.   By Raffaello Pantucci, Director of ...read more

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25th May 2018 - Some 800 participants from 70 countries gathered at the 15th Eurasian Media Forum in Almaty on May 23 – 25th to discuss their work in the context of today’s rapidly changing political climate. Kazakh President Nursultan Nazarbayev emphasised the need for responsibility in reporting international affairs and the important role of the media in providing correct, reliable and objective information, as well as in identifying “fake news.”: “Against the changes taking place in the world, the escalation of geopolitical tensions and new technological capabilities, the media can become both a trigger for the escalation of conflicts and a factor for global containment and prevention of international tensions. Hence the high responsibility of journalism.” The list of forum participants included well-known politicians and representatives of international organisations, research centres and mass media. The event focused on master classes for journalists and students, while local and foreign media experts discussed current topics in their industry.

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