International Organization of Journalists (Organisation internationale des journalistes) was a communist front organization.

It was initially portrayed as a place where Western and Eastern Bloc journalists can meet.[1] It was controlled in Prague by the Central Committee of the Czechoslovak Communist Party and with many KGB agents on board was a "long hand" of Moscow.[2]

In 1970 it declared that it had 150,000 members.[3]

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  1. American students organize: founding the National Student Association after. Eugene G. Schwartz
  2. Political posters in Central and Eastern Europe, 1945-95: signs of the times. James Aulich, Marta Sylvestrová. p. 66
  3. Soviet propaganda: a case study of the Middle East conflict.

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