Support independent journalism in Central & Eastern Europe.
Donate to TOL!
by Irena Jurjevic, Nino Chimakadze, Grigore Brinza, and Ksenia Korzun
19 August 2011
Though paid well and valued for the role they played, most journalists before 1991 knew which bold lines not to cross.
You have reached a premium content area of TOL. To read this entire article please login if you are already a TOL subscriber:
Not a subscriber?
Annual membership costs only $49 per year for individuals ($29 for students) and organizational subscriptions start at $108 per year.
Subscribe today for access to:
You can subscribe here to gain access to the entire website.
Now available! A new TOL e-book: "Crimea: The Anatomy of a Crisis" is a compilation of articles from TOL’s past coverage about Russia's annexation of Crimea, placed in the context of long-running disputes over the region. Find out also what's happened to Crimea and its people nearly a year after Russia's move shocked the international community.