Time to Scrap “Eastern Europe” (the Economist newspaper)
The Economist gets one thing right, the term Eastern Europe is an anachronism. However, like the anachronism in question, all other suggested terms are rife with presumptive ideological meaning. Even my preferred term, “the European Market-States,” which I took in part from economist Laura Neapoliani, does this.
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In April 2010, WikiLeaks released a video showing U.S. soldiers killing Iraqi civilians and two Reuters journalists from a helicopter. In a fragmented news world, what significance did this have as a media event?
Gabriella Coleman, Assistant Professor and Wolfe Chair in Scientific and Technological Literacy at McGill University, discusses what WikiLeaks means in a contemporary news environment.