Early this year, Russia’s most influential privately owned media switched from a critical posture toward the authorities to strong support for President Boris Yeltsin’s re-election effort. Since the election, journalists have returned to their critical stance, but they still lack real independence by LAURA BELIN A YEAR AGO, THE RUSSIAN MEDIA’S WILLingness to criticize official […]

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