Janine Zacharia has spent her career reporting on foreign affairs with a focus on Israel and the Middle East. She is now the Carlos Kelly McClatchy Lecturer at Stanford University, and writes regularly about foreign affairs, the intersection of technology and national security, and media trends for the San Francisco Chronicle, Slate.com and other news outlets.
- 3.17.2022 – “News about the conflict in Ukraine has been different – Stanford scholar and former war journalist discusses why” – Stanford
- 11.9.2021 – “The Art of Middle East Peace Negotiations – Martin Indyk interview” – World Affairs
- 10.26.2021 – “The Era of Noise: From Fake News to the Future of Journalism” – Stanford Alumni Association
- 10.14.2021 – “The New Governing Coalition and Shifts in Israeli Society” – UC Berkeley School of Law
- 8.3.2021 – “Journalists in The Middle East Crosshairs” – The Streicker Center
- 11.13.2020 – “New challenges for media freedom and democracy” – #DefendDemocracy Virtual Event
- 10.21.2020 – “The Media, Disinformation and the 2020 Election” (Beth Am Sisterhood Kickoff Event)
- 9.30.2020 – “The Riches of This Land: The Untold, True Story of America’s Middle Class”
Snapshots Across the World
Photos and experiences from reporting across the Middle East, Asia and Africa.