Christiane Amanpour and George Stephanopoulos discuss what it means to be a foreign correspondent, the impending U.S. elections and the eroding American perception aboard.
Christiane Amanpour gives the keynote address at the Awards Dinner for the International Center for Journalists. She speaks on several issues including the Presidential transition, reporting overseas and journalists making the difference.
Frank Nyakairu has done outstanding work reporting on human rights abuses. He has become an authoritative witness for the voiceless victims of genocide, rape and other violent offenses stemming from wars in East Africa.
The continuation of Frank Nyakairu's acceptance speech at the International Center for Journalist's annual Awards Dinner 2008.
ICFJ Founders Award recipient and long-time foreign correspondent for the New York Times, John F. Burns speaks of the lessons he takes away from his career reporting on the world's biggest stories.
The International Center for Journalists (ICFJ) announced that Belarus editor and free-press champion Aliaksei Karol and Ugandan human rights reporter Frank Nyakairu are the winners of the 2008 Knight International Journalism Award.
CNN Chief International Correspondent Christiane Amanpour gave the keynote address at the International Center for Journalists Awards Dinner on November 12 at the Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center in Washington, D.C.
A wrap-up of the ICFJ 2008 Awards Dinner and coverage from various media outlets.