Politically motivated changes in the media have been common throughout Slovakia’s short history as an independent state. But media-government relations have worsened since Vladimir Meciar returned to the post of prime minister late last year by SHARON FISHER MANY REPRESENTATIVES OF THE ruling coalition have criticized “anti-Slovak” journalists for “damaging the country’s good reputation” at […]

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