In covering the presidential campaign and election, Russian media seemed to take a step backward from the standards of fair, unbiased reporting that they set in their early coverage of the Chechen ‘conflict – their first major test of independence and professionalism. An analysis of five newspapers’ coverage of the first year of the conflict […]

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