The recent sacking of several high-level journalists demonstrates to what extent the state media are affected by political events by FABIAN SCHMIDT and STEFAN KRAUSE A GOVERNMENT CRISIS THAT CAME TO A head in early February illustrated how vulnerable the national media continue to be when faced with political-party interests. Various conflicts within the ruling […]

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