The Baltics have made substantial progress in establishing a free and independent press, The medids chief concern, in contrast to their peers in many former Soviet republics, is economic viability – not censorship by SAULIUS GIRNIUS THE INDEPENDENT BALTIC MEDIA HAVE fought aggressively and more successfully than their former Soviet peers. The influence of state-owned […]

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