The news story done by the New York Times on the condition of a cease fire in Syria was very different from what I usually read from a cultural aspect.
The report is very effective at moving past stereotypes and reaching a higher level of objectivity. A publication like the New York Times is very good at focusing on the news story in general, rather than the particular nature of the people involved in the matter.
By using specific quotes and attributing them to important figures, the report become much more substantive.
Lateef, of Sanford Hall, provided me with his perspective of the issue and I showed him the news story to allow him the chance to react to the data presented in the report. He told me that the professional nature and the reputation the New York Times has is what reassured him that this report was fact based and avoided stereotypes. He was confident that the cultural group portrayed in the report was shown in neutral lighting.