Azerbaijani journalists walk the fine line between retaining professional integrity and avoiding stringent censorship every dag – unless foreign -observers drop by ELIZABETH FULLER A RECENT COMPARATIVE ASSESSMENT OF the state of the media in the three Transcaucasus states was severely critical of the situation in Azerbaijan, where dual censorship – political and military – […]

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