In Armenia, self-censorship still wins out over independent journalism, says one of the countries’ leading investigative journalists by Onnik Krikorian YEREVAN, Armenia–Pluralism, or rather the lack of it in the media, has been a catchword in Armenia over the past few months. International organizations have harshly criticized a repressive draft media law, and in April, […]

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