While the press is theoretically free in both Armenia and Georgia, independent publications are struggling against both government interference and a lack of resources by LIZ FULLER ARMENIA HAS TWO OFFICIAL GOVERNment-financed daily newspapers, Hayastani Hanrapedutyun and its Russian-language equivalent Respublika Armeniya. There are also several independent newspapers affiliated with various opposition political parties. With […]

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