ArtIQulate #01

The magazine features articles, multimedia articles and essays from fellows and alumni of the Adenauer Fellowship.

Artiqulate #1 features reportages, photo essays, short essays, written and visual narratives, as well as linked Youtube videos from fellows of the Adenauer Fellowship.

Shrinking Spaces

The Covid-19 pandemic has left its marks on Asia's media landscapes.

Governments all over Asia have used the pandemic to restrict press freedom considerably. While established media outlets have been shut down or were forced to engage in self-censorship, smaller and more independent outlets are trying to survive this onslaught on the internet.

A Storm in a Milk Tea Pot

How Milk Tea became the symbol for a transnational fight for democracy

In Asia, authoritarian governments are making protesting in the street an increasingly harder feat. In turn, more and more young people are finding an outlet for their dissatisfaction online, particularly through humorous memes. Are street demonstrations doomed to become obsolete?

Marinesoldaten tragen eine ASEAN-Fahne bei einer Parade an der Beach Road im thailändischen Pattaya. Foto: istockphoto / justhavealook

In Asia, the EU is not recognised as a strategic player

Many Asian nations see the rise of China as a threat. However, although the U.S. Is regarded as a possible counterweight, the EU is losing its standing in the region at an alarming rate. The war in Ukraine could exacerbate this trend.

Kadmy/Adobe Stock (cover image) & ArtistMef/Creative Market (plastic textures)

Catalyst or Destabiliser?

COVID-19 and Its Impact on the Media Landscape Worldwide

As for so many other sectors, the COVID-19 pandemic has also left its marks on the media landscape worldwide. But has it really been a game-changer, or has it just accelerated and reinforced pre-existing trends? Has it only caused damage, or also offered new opportunities, and separated the wheat from the chaff? Eleven experts and practitioners covering nine world regions and countries will explore these questions.

Bhutan on its peak

Press Freedom Ranking 2020

The small kingdom of Bhutan counts as one of the countries with the highest ranking in press freedom in Asia. This is a result of the Press Freedom Ranking 2020 by Reporters without Borders which was recently published. Why is that? The Media Programme Asia visited Bhutan in 2019.


Von wegen Luxusgut!

Die Medien und die Coronakrise: ein Blick in die Welt

Faktengestützte und unabhängige Berichterstattung ist in Zeiten der Covid-19-Pandemie wichtiger denn je. Doch der Blick in die Welt zeigt, dass nicht jede Regierung das so sieht.

Investigative Journalism Manual

The Media Programmes of Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung have launched an updated version of the Investigative Journalism Manual merging the perspective of various continents in that field.

The Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung mourns the loss of Helmut Kohl

On the death of former German Chancellor Helmut Kohl, Chairman of the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung and former President of the European Parliament, Hans-Gert Pöttering, writes:

Einigung in der Griechenland-Krise

Weltweite Reaktionen

Die Einigung in der Griechenland-Krise auf dem Sondergipfel der Euro-Gruppe am 12./13. Juli 2015 ist ein beherrschendes Thema in ganz Europa und darüber hinaus. Einen Überblick über Reaktionen in Politik und Medien in ihren Einsatzländern geben die Auslandsmitarbeiterinnen und -mitarbeiter der Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung in dem vorliegenden Stimmungsbild.

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