Independent media have never fully developed in Belarus, and under President Alyaksandr Lukashenka, censorship and government control of the media have increased by USTINA MARKUS SINCE BELARUS GAINED INDEPENdence, the number of officially registered publications in the country has jumped from some 200 to more than 800. Despite the circulation of more newspapers, magazines, and […]

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