28 August 2006
… But Were Afraid to Ask Premium
Serbs who want to use the country’s Freedom of Information Act are finding that a law is only as good as its application.
By Nikola Z. Simic
21 August 2006
Information Still Withheld Premium
A personal look at difficulties facing reporters covering the police and the judiciary in Croatia.
By Dusan Miljus
7 August 2006
Presidential Runaway
A former Bosnian presidency member looks on from Croatia as his conviction is quashed.
By Gorden Knezovic
25 July 2006
Opposition Poet's Arrest Raises Concerns
Journalists and activists say the recent arrest of a poet is connected with political attacks against opposition media. From EurasiaNet.
By Shahin Abbasov and Khadija Ismailova
17 July 2006
Good Night and Good Luck Premium
Made redundant on the eve of the Andijan uprising, an Uzbek reporter touches the depths of despair.
By Ahmed Kimyogarov
17 July 2006
Curb Your Watchdog Premium
Croatia’s government seems determined to cut back access to information and to muzzle the media.
By Tena Erceg
Rupert Murdoch
15 May 2006
Fox on the Horizon? Premium
One Western media giant prepares to enter the Georgian market, bringing with it questions of fairness and balance. From EurasiaNet.
By Molly Corso


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