The global financial crisis has brought the structural weaknesses of the traditional newspaper business model to the fore as the industry seeks to respond to the rapidly changing competitive environment in the digital era.
A rich debate is developing in print and across the web about the implications of these changes for the newspaper industry, for [...]
On 26 February 2003 in the build up the Iraq war, a group of 43 Australian legal experts published an article in the Sydney Morning Herald Coalition of the Willing? Make that War Criminals, arguing that the war would be illegal and that George Bush, John Howard, and Tony Blair would be war criminals.
Greg Hunt, the Liberal MP for Flinders [...]
And so the kaleidoscope turns, and we see the world anew.
Or do we?
Barack Obama’s inauguration today as the 44th President of the United States of America, marks the end of a remarkable personal and national journey. Arrival at such a destination is a cause for global celebration. But as with all great journeys the arrival [...]
As the What Should Obama Do Next? map began to address the unfolding events in Gaza last week, it was soon apparent that the immediate crisis and the wider Arab-Israeli conflict merited detailed consideration on a new map.
To this end, Independent readers and the Debategraph community have begun to seed a map on the [...]
The Independent’s mapping project, What Should Obama do Next?, is one of multiple initiatives appearing across the web linked to the Presidential inauguration of Barack Obama.
As Jimmy observed in his blog on the Huffington Post, mastery of internet campaigning is not the same as delivering government via the web. So it has been fascinating [...]
To celebrate the launch of The Independent Minds blogs, we want to map the mind of the blogosphere.
Not all of it, obviously… not, for example, the part that’s thinking about Britney Spears and Angelina Jolie.
We want to focus on the part that’s thinking about the inauguration of the new President and the choices [...]
As part of the launch of Independent Minds, and in the build up to Barack Obama’s inauguration on 20th January 2009, Debategraph has teamed up with The Independent to give Independent readers (and any one who would like to join us) a chance to map and reflect on what Obama should do next.
Over the next [...]
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