In the post-communist world, complaints about violations of press freedoms are not always what they seem by Alexei Pankin MOSCOW, Russia–I grew up believing in the First Amendment of the Constitution of the United States of America. For me, it means that the media should be kept separate from the state. In seemingly every third […]

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