I am a scholar of International Relations of the Middle East. My research focuses on Middle East security, political violence and logic of warfare, as well as competition and cooperation between regular and irregular armed groups. I am currently a Lecturer in Middle East Politics and International Relations at the Leiden Institute for Area Studies (LIAS), Leiden University.
Anim is editor of the continent's first independent fact-checking website and based in Johannesburg, South Africa.
Brussels-based communications specialist, originally from Barcelona with a journalistic background. Currently working as Communications Adviser (social media, content editor & press) for a European political party. Piqs mostly about European and EU politics and the interlink between media and politics.
Iranian Journalist living in Germany, currently working as freelancer for German and Persian language media, scholar in Google News Lab, Digital Journalism student at the Hamburg Media School.
Luis BARRUETO is a journalist from Guatemala, currently working in trade policy at the Secretariat for Central American Economic Integration (SIECA). Studied business and finance journalism at Aarhus University in Denmark and City University London.
Elvia Wilk is a writer and editor living in Berlin, covering art, architecture, urbanism, and emerging technologies. She contributes to publications like Frieze, Artforum, e-flux, die Zeit, the Architectural Review, and Metropolis. Currently she's a contributing editor at Rhizome and publications editor for transmediale festival for arts and digital culture.
I am an award-winning long-form journalist who specializes in international development, human rights issues and investigative reporting.
I was recently awarded an Ellie and Overseas Press Club Award for my refugee reporting in Europe, Africa and the Middle East.. For three years, I worked as a feature-writer at Mint, India’s second-largest financial newspaper, where I wrote about international development, strategic philanthropy and impact investing. Additionally, I wrote feature articles on immigration, health and gender.
As a Stabile Fellow for Investigative Journalism and the Columbia Graduate School of Journalism, I contributed to a group investigation about cybercrime by online pharmacies. I’ve also written about smuggling networks in Punjab, exploitation in in the clinical trial industry in India, and visa abuse by India’s biggest IT companies.
I recently completed a two-year writing fellowship with the Institute of Current World Affairs in Spain and India, where I wrote about border issues and religious conflict in India’s sensitive Northeastern region, the Spanish economic crisis, and Islam in Spain. I have also written from Mexico, South Korea, China, and the U.S.-Mexico border.
You can find my articles in the following publications: Huffington Post Highline, The Economist, The Wall Street Journal, Vogue India, Mint, Far Eastern Economic Review, Foreign Policy, Reason Magazine, and the Village Voice publication the Phoenix New Times.
I have an M.S. journalism from Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism, where I was a Stabile Fellow for Investigative Journalism, and a B.A. from Hampshire College. I am fluent in Spanish, and once spoke decent Mandarin and Hindi.
Awards include: 1st place in feature writing, Society for Publishers in Asia, 2011. 1st place immigration reporting, Arizona Press Club, 2010. 1st place social issues reporting, Arizona Press Club 2009. 3rd place profile writing, Arizona Press Club, 2009.
Fellowships include: Institute for Current World Affairs Fellowship, 2013-2015, Village Voice Fellowship, 2009, Stabile Fellowship for Investigative Journalism, Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism, 2008-2009. Robert L. Bartley Fellowship, WSJA, 2008, Charles Koch Fellowship, 2007, Global Migrations Fellowship, 2005.
Turkish journalist, blogger and media expert. Writes regular columns for Süddeutsche Zeitung, The Arab Weekly, Vocal Europe and HuffPost.
Erdem Arda Güneş is an Istanbul based journalist and political analyst, covering Turkey and the region since 2010. He graduated from Ankara University’s Political Sciences Faculty, International Relations department. In the following four years he reported for the Hürriyet Daily News. He received journalism education at the Berkeley and Minnesota Universities in 2013. He writes and does interviews for national and international media outlets focusing on diplomacy, politics and arts.
CEO and co-founder of Malaysia's top independent news website, with a reach of 5 million. Media management, metrics are my current passions. TED Fellow 2010.
Rosebell is a multimedia communications specialist, journalist and award-winning blogger with experience in gender, peace and conflict. Currently works on public interest litigation for gender justice with focus on Latin America -Africa learning. Rosebell holds a Masters in media, peace and conflict studies from the University for Peace in Costa Rica. She is a World Economic Forum Young Global Leader.
Freelance journalist based in Istanbul. Keeping an eye on Turkish politics.
Cristina is a Spanish journalist based in London, she holds master’s degree in Journalism, Media and Globalisation at City University London and Aarhus University (Denmark). She currently works at the International Maritime Organization and collaborates with various publications such as El País, Huffington Post, Equal Times, eldiario.es, etc. You can follow her on Twitter: @belda_font
German media and technology journalist. Founding editor of piqd. Most of his piqs are digging into the new digital public sphere. How is the web changing public opinion? Who defines what's relevant and what's not? How can we make sure relevant information still finds an audience? How could alternatives to Facebook, Twitter and other commercial social networks look like?
Frederik is director of the media innovation think tank vocer.org. He's teaching "digital journalism" at the Hamburg Media School.
I am an Australian freelance journalist focussing on conflicts, politics, and warzones around the world. I have been working as a journalist for over 5 years, having reported from Australia, Germany, China, Egypt, Palestine, and Ukraine. I am especially interested in the way that new technologies are being used in conflict zones in unexpected and often disturbing ways. During my time working as a journalist, I also co-founded open-source war reporting site Conflict News.
I'm a freelance journalist, currently based in Madrid. I used to be a News Producer at CNBC in London before, but I thought a little bit more sun might do me good. Now I keep an eye on Spanish, Southern European and Global politics for a few interesting outlets home and abroad.
Daria Sukharchuk is a journalist based in Berlin.Her writing has appeared in Motherboard and ZEIT Online, Ms. Magazine, Cosmopolitan, as well as Afisha (Moscow's leading city magazine). She specializes on the topic of human rights, migration, and mental health. Four days a week, she works for n-ost, a network of journalists writing about Eastern Europe.
She studied Chinese history and culture at Moscow State University, then got her MA from Erasmus Mundus Journalism program. She has never quite forgotten her history education, and in 2016 helped collect and curate the stories for Project 1917. She is always happy to educate people about her "exotic" country.
Sezin Öney, originally from Turkey, is based in Budapest and Istanbul. She her journalism career as a foreign news reporter in 1999 and she turned into political analysis as a columnist since 2007. Her interest in her main academic subject area of populism was sparked almost decade ago; and now she focuses specifically on populist leadership, and populism in Turkey and Hungary. She studied international relations, nationalism, international law, Jewish history, comparative politics and discourse analysis across Europe.
I am an anthropologist and political analyst interested in politics, economy and society in Africa and the West, from a global geopolitical perspective. I am a research fellow in the Department of Social Anthropology, University of Oslo, and a visiting researcher in the Centre for African Studies, University of Cape Town.
I have published widely in academic and professional publications and write regularly for international media such as Al Jazeera English, The Independent, Boston Review, openDemocracy and Africa Is A Country. I edit the Human Economy Blog.
Emran Feroz is an Afghan-Austrian journalist currently based in Stuttgart, Germany. He is regularly writing from Afghanistan, often focusing on the Middle East, Central Asia, drone warfare, refugee policies and human rights. Emran is writing in both German and English. His work has already appeared in international media outlets such as Al Jazeera, TeleSUR, Alternet, The Atlantic or the New York Times and in various German and Austrian news papers and magazines.