Although the print media have made great strides toward true freedom of expression, broadcasting remains largely under the aegis of the state by DAN IONESCU NEARLY SIX YEARS AFTER THE END OF Nicolae Ceausescu’s regime, Romanian media are still far from completing the transition from communist-style control and restrictions to full-fledged freedom of expression and […]

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