Media

22 March 2006
A Lifeboat for the Media Premium
Since Andijan, Uzbekistan has become a media void. Now is the time to protect the country's independent journalists from total extinction.
By Andrew Stroehlein
 
20 March 2006
The Politics of Ownership Premium
Quasi-private media ownership is a threat to press freedom in Slovenia. Politicians are using it to hold journalists in thrall.
By Ales Gaube
 
Montenegro
6 March 2006
The Arithmetic of Secession Premium
Montenegro agrees to EU proposals to ensure the legitimacy of its May referendum on independence – but it had little choice.
By Aida Ramusovic
 
27 February 2006
Time to Deliver Premium
As Albania takes a step closer to EU membership, Brussels tells it to step up reforms.
By Artan Puto
 
27 February 2006
Terrorism, Shaper of or Fuel for Kremlin Policy? Premium
Barely noticed, the Russian parliament has passed a significant new terrorism bill. But just how significant is it?
By TOL
 
6 February 2006
Walled Up Premium
Latvian authorities remain leery of Romani organizations and reluctant to fund them.
By Maija Pukite
 
16 January 2006
On a Razor's Edge Premium
A social experiment in one of Budapest's most deprived areas is breaking new ground.
By Gabor Miklos
 
11 January 2006
From Survival to Sustainability Premium
A Kazakh journalism teacher talks about the state of the profession, changing attitudes toward the press, and the growth of online journalism.
By Bob Hammond
 
3 November 2005
Optimism and Caution Premium
Brussels delivers a warning to Romania: shape up or wait another year.
By Razvan Amariei
 
14 October 2005
Hard Talking Premium
Police crack down on unauthorized pre-election rallies as talks between authorities and the opposition fizzle. From EurasiaNet.
By Khadija Ismailova and Shahin Abbasov
 

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