Posts Tagged ‘Journalism’

Early Struggles

I’ve been incredibly lazy for the past week or so when it comes to this little project, so I’m endeavouring to get back on track. Even through just a couple weeks of working on this website, I’ve begun to figure out a couple things about photography that seem to hold fairly firm, at least when [...]


Baghdad Diary: New Beginnings

by Prashant Rao Note: This blog post was published by AFP on June 12, 2009. It can be found here. In the past couple weeks here in Baghdad, I’ve met several journalists from rival foreign news organisations, be it at press or social events, and one of the first questions asked is how long, respectively,  [...]


Baghdad Diary: “Get used to it – This Is Iraq”

by Prashant Rao Note: This blog post was originally published by AFP on June 3, 2009. It can be found here. Most people, everywhere, tend to think their country is exceptional, in one way or another. Iraq, my new home for a year, is probably one where they are right more often than not. I’ve [...]


News you might have missed

by Prashant Rao Note: This blog post was originally published by AFP on April 1, 2009. It can be found here. A good portion of the news that we, and other news organisations, cover are events that, to some degree, can be planned for — press conferences, briefings, speeches, and the like. The G20 summit here [...]