All Media Fellowship Content

All Media Fellowship Content

Once Again, Ukraine Steps Into the Unknown

Transatlantic Media Fellowship

A comedian-turned-president, a rockstar-turned-party leader, and a sea of new faces in the parliament: Meet the new political reality in Ukraine.

By Amy Mackinnon, Robbie Gramer

High and Dry

Transatlantic Media Fellowship

Parts of Miami could be under water in only a few decades. That is why prices are now skyrocketing in a low-income neighborhood previously largely home to Haitian residents.

By Jörg Wimalasena

Is Nationalization an Answer to Climate Change?

Transatlantic Media Fellowship

What’s unique about Labour’s nationalization plans with regard to energy is that they would make Britain the first country to nationalize its power sector with the express intention of weaning it off fossil fuels and with an eye toward decarbonizing the economy.

By Kate Aronoff

Clean air is a luxury not everyone here can afford

Transatlantic Media Fellowship

Black and Hispanic people breathe more polluted air and drink dirtier water. Now, one of Los Angeles’ poorest neighborhoods is standing up against “environmental racism.”

By Felix Austen

Morocco in the Middle

Transatlantic Media Fellowship

As more migrants head to Europe via Morocco, Rabat is taking advantage of its newfound position to extract concessions. 

By Julian Hattem

The Kids Trapped on the Doorstep of Europe

Transatlantic Media Fellowship

The Spanish city of Melilla is a fortified pocket of Spain in Morocco, where young migrants from across Africa gather to attempt the dangerous crossing into the E.U.

By Martín Echenique, Adriana Loureiro Fernández

La pesadilla de los niños migrantes atrapados en la última frontera de Europa

Transatlantic Media Fellowship

Melilla es el enclave más alejado de España en África, separado de Marruecos por una valla de 18 pies que divide al resto de África de la Unión Europea. Esta es la silenciosa crisis migratoria de una ciudad que se ha convertido en una trampa para los menores extranjeros no acompañados que, a través de ella, intentan llegar a Europa.

By Martín Echenique, Adriana Loureiro Fernández