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Online Journalism in South East Asia


A documentary by Klaus Bardenhagen in cooperation with Madeleine Fulst for the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung Media Programme Asia. more…

Klaus Bardenhagen | April 19, 2011

MoJo - Mobile Journalism in the Asian Region

Second edition

Around the world, the mobile phone is changing the way journalists work. The publication introduces the concept of the mobile journalist, usually described by the abbreviation "mojo". It describes the spread of mobile phone as a newsgathering tool in the Asian region, and offers case studies and examples from around the world. more…

Stephen Quinn | February 1, 2011

Social Media and Politics

The book shows the role social networking plays in the political communication in Asia. In 13 chapters it describes how various online social communities and networks such as Twitter, Facebook and blogs, are being used as tools in general political communication in Asian countries – both in an active and passive way. more…

Philip Behnke | December 31, 2010

Asia's Media Innovators, Vol. 2

The printed version

This book is more than an offspring of the 2008 Asia's Media Innovators: It's covering innovative companies, from South Korea to India, and at the same time analysing who and what is driving these players and their innovations. It shows the dynamics in the region, and reflects the potential for success. more…

Stephen Quinn, Kim Kierans | December 31, 2010

Christian Democracy: Principles and Policy-Making

For decades Christian Democratic parties shaped the politics of numerous European countries while also playing a major role in initiating the European integration process. Named after the first chancellor of the Federal Republic of Germany in 1964, the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung (KAS) is tied to the values of Christian Democracy. Our founding belief is the Christian understanding of man. All individuals should be treated with dignity. On this basis principle, the KAS has been advocating the advancement of freedom, democracy, the rule of law and the principles of the social market economic model. more…

Dr. Gerhard Wahlers, Dr. Nino Galetti, Karsten Grabow, David Jonathan Grunwald, Manfred Agethen, Prof. Dr. Rudolf Uertz, Reinhard Willig, Matthias Schäfer, Christine Henry-Huthmacher, Christopher Beckmann, Dr. Patrick Keller, Dr. Helmut Reifeld, Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Stock | December 9, 2010