Can Journalism Survive in a Dictatorship: A Review of Anjan Sundaram’s Bad News

At the end of Anjan Sundaram’s book “Bad News: Last Journalists In a Dictatorship”, there is a list of 60 journalists “who faced difficulties” (or, in simple words, were punished) for criticizing the government in Rwanda. One was left in a coma after a knife attack. Another disappeared. And another was shot dead on the…

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The Slippery Reality of Kennedy’s Assassination. A Review of Don DeLillo’s Libra

Libra is a fictional reconstruction of events leading up to and after the deaths of John F. Kennedy and Lee Harvey Oswald, the man alleged to have assassinated him. Both deaths were equal parts mysterious and sordid. In twenty seconds that stunned the country, Kennedy, a leader who captivated America during a tumultuous time in…

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