Atlantic Media Net
This blog focuses on how the European media cover the United States and the narrower field of how the U.S. media cover Europe. The aim is not so much to report news as to illustrate the different journalistic approaches on either side of the Atlantic and among the various European countries, as well to highlight European views of the United States and U.S. views of Europe.
This blog is published under the auspices of the CSIS Transatlantic Media Network (TMN), but comments it contains do not reflect policies either of CSIS, a bipartisan think tank, or of TMN.
The blog is also part of the World Affairs Blog Network of the Foreign Policy Association.
- Mar 21, 2011
Political collateral damage inflicted by the West’s military action against Libya includes the destruction of two serious misconceptions long cherished by numerous experts in Washington.
- Mar 15, 2011
It might help the U.S. media better understand the various rebellions breaking out in the Middle East if they could clear their minds of thoughts of 1776 and the strange idea that despots like Hosni Mubarak and Moammar Gadhafi are somehow equivalent to King George III.