Media

15 February 2019
Belarusian Editor’s Trial Under Scrutiny

After a period of relative calm, the Lukashenka regime is again making life extremely difficult for independent journalists.

 
12 February 2019
Moscow Looks to Build Internet Wall

Russia may temporarily disconnect the country from the internet.

 
11 February 2019
The Under-Recognized Guardians of Freedom Premium

The importance of media academics, especially those with an appetite for public service, is often under-played.

By Peter Gross
 
6 February 2019
Twitter, the Turkish State’s New Political Tool

President Recep Tayyip Erdogan will be fighting the March local elections in ‘eco-friendly’ cyberspace, following the opposition’s pioneering use of social media for politics.

By Sahra Atila
 
16 January 2019
Serbia: Reality Wonderland Premium

Choose one: Reality shows in Serbia are a) tasteless; b) very profitable; c) platforms for hate speech; d) all of the above.

By Tamara Skrozza
 
14 January 2019
ECHR Rules In Favor of Azeri Investigative Journalist in Blackmail Case Premium

Azerbaijan must pay Khadija Ismayilova more than 16,500 euros in damages and costs, court rules. 

 
10 January 2019
The Fresh Spring of Ignorance Premium

Long after the fall of both the Nazi and communist regimes, today's new authoritarians have come up with creative ways to wash away inconvenient knowledge.

By Peter Gross
 
9 January 2019
Kyrgyzstan Instagram Star Comes of Age and Flies the Nest

The Internet’s vast potential for self-expression seems more relevant in Central Asia than ever before. From Eurasianet.

By Chris Rickleton
 
28 December 2018
Serbia Debates the Public’s Right to Know Premium

Critics of a proposed new freedom of information law say it will hobble journalists and give public bodies too many opt-outs.

By Mihaela Sljukic Bandovic
 
28 December 2018
Fake News in Serbia: From the Trivial to the International Premium

Here are eight of the most egregious lies caught in 2018 by the Fake News Tracker in Serbia, a country with a long history to re-write.

By Stefan Janjic
 

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