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Fall of New York TimesExecutive Editor
Jill Abramson

Middle: Ukrainian journalist, Mr. Alexander Ostashko, the Editor-in-Chief of Context-Prichemomorie News Agency , flanked by Francisco Bozzano-Barnes and Dr. Uchenna Ekwo


Summit delegates pose for a picture

The Jurnal
 The CMPI  Journal  continues to bring reports and analysis of issues and events that shape lives around the world. In this edition, we bring complex issues that dominate contemporary media and social developments.

Journalism: Many publishers, no editors? 

 The growing influence of the Internet and social media on traditional journalism dominated discussions at the International Summit on Reconstruction of Journalism convened by the New York-based media think-tank, Center for Media & Peace Initiatives.

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L-R: Ms. Carole Marchal, Dr. Joseph Katema,Dr. Uchenna Ekwo, and Mr. Chibaula Silwamba, Head of Press and Public Relations, Permanent Mission of the Republic of Zambia to the United Nations

Against the heels of the abduction of 276 girls in Nigeria by Islamist group, Boko Haram, Public Affairs Analyst, Osmond Ekwueme argues that Muslims should show more condemnation and outrage against the terrorist group that has continued to attack and kill innocent citizens. Continue reading ....

Wanted: law to abolish wars
84-year old peace activist and veteran of the Korean War, Mr. Man Hee Lee advocates an international order that outlaws wars. Lee has other solutions to stop wars in the world. Read more...
Chairman Man Hee Lee addressing delegates to peace conference in New York




Faces at International Summit on Reconstruction of Journalism
Ambassador Sire Conde Dione of UNESCO at the International Media Summit o Reconstruction of Journalism

Francisco Bozzano-Barnes
Center for Media & Peace Initiatives
12 Desbrosses Street, New York, NY 10013