The Western media monolith has failed to account for an increasingly perceptive and critical audience in the non-Western world, and remains tied to the narrative that the West is Best. Photo: Shutterstock
The Western media monolith has failed to account for an increasingly perceptive and critical audience in the non-Western world, and remains tied to the narrative that the West is Best. Photo: Shutterstock
Chandran Nair
Opinion

Opinion

Chandran Nair

Western media must reflect on year of shameful bias in China, Qatar, Ukraine war coverage

  • Western media’s biased reporting has failed to account for increasingly perceptive and critical audience in non-Western world
  • Diversity of opinions, self-reflection and shaping public discourse in a responsible manner among ways for Western media to improve standing and stay relevant

The Western media monolith has failed to account for an increasingly perceptive and critical audience in the non-Western world, and remains tied to the narrative that the West is Best. Photo: Shutterstock
The Western media monolith has failed to account for an increasingly perceptive and critical audience in the non-Western world, and remains tied to the narrative that the West is Best. Photo: Shutterstock
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