by Jiri Pehe and Josephine Schmidt BLATANT GOVERNMENT CONTROL OF MEDIA, a Soviet-era hallmark, may be a thing of the past in most of the independent countries that have emerged from the former Soviet Union and throughout Eastern Europe. Yet many of the region’s news organizations – especially broadcast media – are still far from […]

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