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Anthony Borden

Anthony Borden

Anthony is the founder of the Institute for War & Peace Reporting. He was editor of the highly regarded magazine War Report from 1991-98 and was commended for the “Best Online Journalism Service” in the 1999 NetMedia journalism awards, for IWPR's reporting on the Kosovo crisis. He has worked with the UK's Department for International Development assessing media programs in post-communist countries. He has received a MacArthur Foundation NGO research fellowship to study media and conflict at King’s College, London. He has worked as an editor and writer for Harper's, The Nation, The American Lawyer and HarperCollins, and contributed to The New York Times, The International Herald Tribune, The Washington Post, The Guardian, Newsweek and numerous other publications. He comments regularly on conflict and media issues for the BBC, CNN and other media, and has been heavily involved in IWPR’s extensive media reform programming in Rwanda. 

Stories by the author

Anthony Borden
11 Nov 05
Using the Balkan experience as a guide, the United States could best honour its victims by committing itself to an international criminal court.
Anthony Borden
10 Nov 05
A KLA-linked news agency created a firestorm when it launched a vicious attack on a leading independent publisher and political personality. The media wars inside Kosovo may be only just beginning.
Anthony Borden
6 Sep 05
Speakers at a London conference on the Balkans call for the West to help Yugoslavia resolve its internal problems peacefully.
Anthony Borden
6 Sep 05
IWPR reveals the extraordinary background to Miroslav Filipovic's award-winning story on Kosovo atrocities
Anthony Borden
6 Sep 05
Talks are underway for the surrender of Slobodan Milosevic amid a tense stand-off at his residence in Belgrade and a mounting power struggle between Yugoslav President Vojislav Kostunica and Serbian Prime Minister Zoran Djindjic.
Anthony Borden
6 Sep 05
The verdict against Filipovic has criminalised the truth. But the case has also helped force open the issue of war crimes in Serbia, and free speech, in the end, never loses.
Anthony Borden
6 Sep 05
Miroslav Filipovic, the Serbian journalist jailed for exposing human rights abuses, won a joyous early release. But his rehabilitation, and that of Serbian democracy, will take time.
Anthony Borden
21 Feb 05
The Iraqi government highlights international support for peace, while declaring itself well prepared for war.
Anthony Borden
21 Feb 05
The war is in real-time, but where are the people?
Anthony Borden
21 Feb 05
The United States risks losing a major opportunity to forge an open media in the Middle East.

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