19 March 2018
No Alternatives
Russians are starved of different viewpoints by their media’s united anti-Western front. From The Conversation.
By Natasha Rulyova
2 March 2018
Murder in Slovakia Premium

Still hard to fathom at the moment, the ramifications of Jan Kuciak’s murder could usher in an era of political change.

By Martin Ehl
28 February 2018
New Details Emerge in the Case of Murdered Slovak Journalist

Jan Kuciak had been investigating links between Slovak politicians and the Italian mafia organization ‘Ndrangheta.

28 February 2018
Always on the Agenda Premium

The Romanian media has to constantly defend its freedom in the face of never-ending threats of encroachment from the ruling class.

By Peter Gross
27 February 2018
Tech Giants vs. Russian Censor

In incidents involving two Kremlin critics, social media moguls probe the limits of Russia’s clampdown on dissent.

26 February 2018
Slovakia Stunned by Journalist’s Killing Premium

Reporter had investigated reputed crime bosses and their links to the ruling populist party.

23 February 2018
Czech Billionaire Snaps Up Bulgaria’s Biggest Broadcaster Premium

Acquisition confirms trend of Western owners exiting the politically charged media environment of southeastern Europe.

1 February 2018
Polish Public Broadcaster Veers from Impartial Mission Premium
Anti-opposition programming reflects a long-standing tradition in Poland of politicising TVP. From the International Press Institute.
By Annabelle Chapman
30 January 2018
Media Predators Premium

Those willing and able to emulate the most despicable enemies of a free press are a dime a dozen.

By Peter Gross
17 January 2018
Why Wait?
Wikipedia and Google accidentally declare Putin the winner of March 2018 presidential elections. From Global Voices.
By Christopher Moldes


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