by Katya Gorchinskaya As the March parliamentary elections in Ukraine drew nearer, the noose around the neck of the media grew tighter. Opposition newspapers faced closure, and journalists felt that their independence, and even their lives, were in danger. “Before the election, the government and individual officials are doing everything they can to protect their […]

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