Journalism & Advocacy

Inconvenient Questions
Singapore
Led by Viswa Sadasivan, a former Nominated Member of Parliament, Inconvenient Questions (IQ) is a sociopolitical site based in Singapore that taps the collective wisdom of the online community to pursue issues through dialogue.

6:30 Partners/ The Big Ride
Singapore
Rob Bier started 6:30 Partners after a successful career as a strategy consultant, corporate CEO, and entrepreneur. More recently, he and a writing partner have embarked on an exciting new project, the Big Ride, with the aim to generate new insights into how leaders actually develop, refine and hone their skills, and to help readers use those insights in practical ways to grow their own leadership capabilities.

Civil Georgia
Tbilisi, Georgia
Civil.ge users receive up-to-the-minute news in English, Russian and Georgian. With over 100,000 monthly visits from all corners of the globe, Civil.ge reaches out to the policy and academic communities in Georgia, as well as in Europe and the U.S., to officials working in EU and international organisations, as well as Tbilisi-based foreign diplomatic corps.

The Foreign Service Journal
Washington, DC, USA
The Foreign Service Journal covers foreign affairs from an insider’s perspective, providing thought-provoking articles on international issues, the practice of diplomacy and the US Foreign Service.

The Online Citizen
Founded in December 2006, The Online Citizen (TOC) has made significant inroads in the area of cyber activism in Singapore. TOC has been at the forefront of some of the most controversial issues in Singapore, telling the stories that the mainstream media cannot or refuse to tell.