Barely 48 hours after the victory of President Barack Obama in the 2012 election media pundits have begun their traditional speculation that often leads to overheating the political environment. Time Magazine editor Rick Stengel visited MSNBC's Morning Joe a day after the election and previewed a new photo-spread of likely 2016 presidential candidates,
By JEREMY W. PETERS It was 11:13 p.m. on Tuesday, the moment that Fox News had called Ohio for President Obama. Karl Rove stood just off camera, his phone glued to his ear. On the other end was a senior Romney campaign official who insisted that the network had blown the call. What followed — an extraordinary on-air confrontation between Mr.
Konrad Adenauer-Stiftung (KAS), a foundation committed to political communication and Center for Media and Peace Initiatives (CMPI), New York have begun preliminary discussions aimed at achieving the goals of both organizations. The Director of Konrad Adenauer-Stiftung in North America, based in Washington D.C, Dr. Lars Hänsel told officials of CMPI
No African leader qualifies for good governance award It's the biggest cash prize available to former leaders of African countries, and no one was worthy this year - again. The Mo Ibrahim Foundation announced Monday that it will not award its $5 million prize that recognizes democratically elected African leaders who excel in office and - critically
By Uchenna Ekwo All too often political and media pundits trump up charges of media bias against one politician or another. We are often reminded of the evils and treachery of the mainstream media or what Sarah Palin calls the lame stream media. There is a chorus of criticism against the media especially among the conservative wing of our polity. For