Difficult subject matter. Classified information. Landmines of controversy. These problems are familiar to any journalist covering nuclear issues, even those who work under the best of circumstances. But journalists in the developing world may also face a shortage of independent experts, dysfunctional media environments, and tight political controls over press freedom. Below, Alexander Golts of Russia, Pramit Pal Chaudhuri of India, and Dalia el-Akkad of Egypt describe the landscape for nuclear journalism in their countries, while addressing the following question: What could be done to ensure that nuclear journalism serves the public better?
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