Journalists in the former Soviet Union should stop whining and start focusing on ways of getting their job done by Alexei Pankin MOSCOW, Russia–Last month I attended an international conference in Kiev entitled “Media: Freedom and Responsibility.” During the proceedings, the mother of a missing and probably murdered Ukrainian journalist was touchingly introduced by the […]

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