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News and announcements from the Pulitzer Center

One World Features Pulitzer Center's "Water Wars" Project

OneWorld.net highlights the Pulitzer Center's ongoing "Water Wars: Ethiopia and Kenya" reporting project on February 28 in the Today's News section of its website. The project, conducted by the young journalists of the Common Language Project, addresses the increasing scarcity of water in East Africa and how the shortage is fueling conflict in the region.

See OneWorld's feature in its February 28 Today's News section.

OneWorld.net features Anuj Chopra's Iran project

OneWorld featured the Pulitzer Center's ongoing Iran project on February 25, 2008 in the Today's News section of its website. The mention highlights the recent photography of Anuj Chopra, stating that his "collection of photos taken in Tehran and Qom explores the intersection of the theocratic state and everyday life in Iran."

Is Foreign Correspondence Vanishing?

Megan Wollerton, American University student, for Pulitzer Center

As students of journalism in the United States, we often hear that our world is shrinking. With overseas bureaus closing by the day in favor of a few individuals who bring new meaning to the word "multi-task", staff positions are surely an endangered species. While our professors are charged with the job of painting a realistic picture for those of us stubbornly forging ahead, it is difficult not to feel overwhelmed.