These sources have minimal bias and use very few loaded words (wording that attempts to influence an audience by using appeal to emotion or stereotypes). The reporting is factual and usually sourced. These are the most credible media sources. See all Least Biased Sources.
Factual Reporting: HIGH
Notes: Strategy Bridge was founded in 2013 by Nathan Finney. According to their about page “The Strategy Bridge is a 501c3 non-profit, for-benefit organization that provides an online forum for the discussion of Strategy, National Security, and Military Affairs.” Richard Ganske, Mikhail Grinberg, Tyrell Mayfield, and Eric Murphy are board members and editors. The Strategy Bridge also publishes an online journal and podcasts.
In review, The Strategy Bridge utilizes minimally loaded language in their headlines and articles, for example: “Are Israeli Operations Against Gaza Rockets Productive?“ They also utilizes credible sources such as Israel Defense Forces, credible right leaning sources such as jewishpolicycenter.org and the Israeli think tank Begin–Sadat Center for Strategic Studies (BESA). According to Haaretz, BESA is traditionally regarded as a mostly right-wing organization. Other sources used are The Jerusalem Post and highly factual pro-science sources such as Arstechnica. Another example of solid sourcing is within the article “A Pyongyang Spring? Not So Fast”, which sources to the Least Biased The Diplomat Magazine, Least Biased South China Morning Post, Left-Center biased The Verge, Left-Center Washington Post, Left-Center cnbc.com as well as Left Biased CNN. Further, a factual search reveals they have not failed any fact checks.
Overall, we rate The Strategy Bridge Least Biased due to use of a wide variety of sources and neutral language. We also rate them High for factual reporting due to supporting their arguments through the use of factual credible sources. (M. Huitsing 5/16/2018)
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