Since the mid-1990s, independent journalism in Belarus has been hobbled by a changing combination of outright censorship, government efforts to cut off printing and distribution channels, or wholesale avoidance by advertisers. The situation, though still bleak, has improved a bit in the past year or two in response to pressure from the European Union, says […]
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