Expanding EA's Worldview --- How You Can Help
Tuesday, June 5, 2012 at 11:05
Scott Lucas in News and Announcements

Only three years ago, EA WorldView was a blog called “Enduring America”, dedicated to providing thoughtful posts on US foreign policy and what "America" means in the world of the 21st century.

Now, after the experience of covering the Gaza War of 2008/9, the post-election protests in Iran, and the uprisings in the Middle East and North Africa, we think EA Worldview has grown up to become far more.

We are now dedicated to providing fast-paced, incisive updates on developing events with analysis on what they mean --- in Iran, across the Middle East and North Africa, and in other areas of global concern. Our live reporting typically runs for 16 hours a day, 7 days a week, and during major events the team strives for 24-hour coverage.

EA WorldView's commentary and analysis still considers America, but it does so alongside Iran, Syria, Bahrain, Turkey, Egypt, Yemen, Libya, Israel, Palestine, Afghanistan, and Pakistan, with the hope of more to come.

EA WorldView is still run by a very small team on a voluntary basis, with some staff working full-time.

So that presents us with a challenge. We want not only to continue our current level of coverage but to expand the range of countries where we provided specialise live news and analysis All of this will be on a new website unveiled by the summer.

We are seeking investment to turn EA WorldView into a long-term, sustainable venture at the forefront of international journalism and analysis. However, we also recognise that without a short-term influx of funds, our content may have to be scaled back.

We are looking to raise at least $2500 to keep EA WorldView running at its current level for the next three months. We hope that you might be able to help us out with a small donation in that quest to sustain quality content, every day of the week.

You can donate to us via PayPal. If you can’t use PayPal, please drop us a line at editors@eaworldview.com and we can arrange an alternate method.

Many organisations, activists, analysts, and readers have come to rely on the content that EA Worldview produces every day. Please help us keep that service alive and expanding.

Thanks to all of you for your support.

Article originally appeared on EA WorldView (http://www.enduringamerica.com/).
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