Historically, the role of media and the representations of individual nations have been a very contentious issue between groups of nations on both sides of the East – West or North - South divide. Though a lot has been changed in the global media landscape since the 1970''s and 80''s, the question of media representation still remains a central concern for many developing nations in the South. The issue is not only what kind of representations the developing world received in the media outlets from the developed world. It is also how similarly or differently the developing world is represented in the media of the developing nations themselves. This book tries to assess foreign news coverage of the Ethiopian print media to identify the roles and representations the developed and the developing world had and to determine how the use of sources related to the kind of representations these parts of the world received. In this regard the book can be an important resource for media scholars and students who are grappling with the issues of media representations and their implications to the question of national development.