Who speaks for the Middle East : a new generation of journalists is challenging how their region is covered
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This article is an investigation of the changes in fcoverage of the Middle East by the English-speaking press. It looks at how the traditional foreign-correspondent model has shifted since the American invasion of Iraq in 2003, and asks whether hiring reporters who come from the countries they cover will produce more accurate coverage.
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