Sanitas International offers a weekly summary of influential and informative media articles from around the world regarding strategic communications, crisis management, digital media and political affairs. Particular interest is given to articles discussing topics in developing countries and emerging markets.
This week, riots in Syria and Yemen, civil war and continued NATO Coalition bombings in Libya, and fear of nuclear reactor meltdown and contamination in Japan continue to dominate prime time media coverage. Indeed, news about the divide between Republicans and Democrats in Congress on the budget, rising gas prices and the shaky political and economic situation in several European states continue to be shared stories in many outlets. Questions about political next steps in Afric
This week’s summary highlights these and other developments around the world. As Sanitas constantly emphasizes, government and business cannot afford to ignore these growing and evolving challenges. Especially as these and others issues influence reputations, challenge operational decisions and affect overall revenues and influence.
Crisis Communications and Reputation Management
Wall Street Journal