by Petra Prochazkova In Russia, a press spokesman’s power seems so vast and an independent newspaper’s position so tenuous that it takes just a phone call to suppress undesirable coverage. Take the case of Marina Kalashnikova, a journalist at Kommersant-Daily, who decided to examine Russia’s relations with Slovakia. She is now out of a job, […]

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