In his article for NPR.com, Middle East Institute scholar Greg Myre examines the new dynamics of war reporting.  As the nature of warfare shifts from traditional army-to-army combat to more assymetrical government vs. non-state opposition warfare,  journalists are having to embed - alone - with rebels groups in order to get the story.  In the wake of multiple journalist deaths in Syria, Myre looks at the increasing risk faced by war correspondents in covering the front lines of conflict.

 

Read the article HERE.