The Eurasia Media Forum, which opens this week in Almaty, Kazakhstan, heightens the debate over whether to engage or boycott the hard-line regimes of the region. Critics call it the pinnacle of cynicism: a government-connected media conference held in a country with a long track record of brutally repressing the media. At the 2003 conference, […]
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