Media

26 July 2004
Political Programming Premium
People on the right have pluralism encoded in them, claims the head of Poland's flagship public-service television channel.
By Wojciech Kosc
 
1 July 2004
The Big Dig Premium
The 20th anniversary of the inauguration of the Danube-Black Sea canal brings back memories--many of them painful. From Evenimentul Zilei.
By Florian Bichir
 
29 June 2004
Not Together, but Alongside Premium
What Europe does Russia have to deal with?
By Fyodor Lukyanov
 
From Index on Censorship
23 June 2004
Limited Range of Motion
Tajik journalists have learned how to tread on forbidden ground, but not step over the line.
By Konstantin Parshin
 
21 June 2004
Beware, Religion Premium
A trial of organizers of a ‘blasphemous’ exhibition and a ban on Jehovah’s Witnesses in Moscow raise fresh questions about freedom of expression in Russia.
By Sergei Borisov
 
10 June 2004
The Man Who Scared the Empire to Death Premium
He may have been an American Ivan the Simpleton, but Reagan pushed the dominoes that sent the Soviet Union to its doom. From MosNews.
By Georgy Bovt
 
7 June 2004
Par for the Course? Premium
'Would CBS air an interview with the widow of a fighter who destroyed the World Trade Center?' Moscow asks after prominent journalist is forced off air.
By Sergei Borisov
 
7 June 2004
A Culture of Murder Premium
The murder of a wheeler-dealer journalist could be a turning point in the fortunes of Montenegro's effective, but tarnished leader Milo Djukanovic.
By TOL
 
31 May 2004
Opposition Editor Murdered Premium
Editor of the main Montenegrin opposition paper is gunned down in Podgorica.
By Aida Ramusovic
 
Viktor Yanukovych, with reason to worry
31 May 2004
The Importance of Being Earnest Premium
The past few weeks have thrown up some unexpected twists in Ukraine’s presidential campaign.
By Ivan Kolos
 

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