ON THE MEDIA | ‘Double standards’: Western coverage of Ukraine war criticized

February 28, 2022

Social media users accuse media of hypocrisy in its coverage of Russia’s war on Ukraine compared with other conflicts.

The speed of the international response – which includes the exclusion of Russia from some cultural events and treatment of it as a pariah in sports – has raised eyebrows at the lack of such a reaction to other conflicts across the world.

Source: ‘Double standards’: Western coverage of Ukraine war criticised, Al Jazeera, b27 Feb 2022

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