Albania’s print media are rife with public mudslinging and dubious journalistic practices, which severely limit their credibility. Public access to objective information is further hampered by continued government control of the broadcast media by MARIANNE SULLIVAN THREE YEARS AFTER THE END OF COMmunist rule, the Albanian media reflect the dominant trends in Albanian society: a […]

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