Journalist, Terrorist or Counter-terrorist? The Perils of Investigative Journalism Post-9/11

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  • Clive Walker

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[extract] Freedom of information and governmental transparency require champions. Lawyers and even some politicians may fondly believe that they are the self-appointed champions. However, journalists may have at least an equal claim to a leadership role. They may be viewed as unencumbered by the special interests of their client or their political party. More positively, journalists have a special public interest role to play in informing the public.

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2016-03-08

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Walker, C. (2016). Journalist, Terrorist or Counter-terrorist? The Perils of Investigative Journalism Post-9/11. Revue Internationale Des Gouvernements Ouverts, 2, 227–256. Consulté à l’adresse https://ojs.imodev.org/?journal=RIGO&page=article&op=view&path[]=19

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