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international laws and international relations
Topic: international laws and international relations
Posted: 21/August/2017 at 12:51
Media has a critical role in informing the public about the relevant international laws and international relations among the countries. It is the duty of the media to show real and authentic information to the public. Media can shape the opinions of the public by giving them awareness about international relations and current events. However, the international press most of the time gives a biased opinion on international relations due to their political affiliations with countries. Furthermore, most media outlets try to tailor or modify the right information in a way that it is pleasing to the audience (Capanelli, 2013). The main aim of these media outlets is to gain more views and get the public attention with any mean necessary. With this race among media channels of getting the attention of the viewer's most of the time, they fail to represent the real issues of the society. Promotion of international relations and international laws through media must be fair and clear so that the audience get the authentic and correct information regarding international matters (Baylis, Owens and Smith, 2017). This accurate information than can help the decision makers and policy makers of the countries to modify their foreign policy according to the international laws and relations.
Capanelli, G. (2013) 'Institutions for Asian Integration: Innovation and Reform', The Political Economy of Asian Regionalism, December, pp. 143-167.
Baylis, J., Owens, P. and Smith, S. (2017) The Globalization of World Politics: An Introduction to International Relations, Oxford University Press.
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