The Internet’s vast potential for self-expression seems more relevant in Central Asia than ever before. From Eurasianet.
Critics of a proposed new freedom of information law say it will hobble journalists and give public bodies too many opt-outs.
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.
With hundreds of press, broadcast, and online outlets, the non-profit group is exempt from competition rules.
With online censorship an increasingly commonplace part of life in Turkey, activists warn that it is not enough to simply find your way around bans.
The year 2019 will mark the 30th anniversary of Central and Eastern European countries escaping the socio-political and cultural monopoly created by Marxism-Leninism, as shown by the underground publications of the era.
Author of investigative report on neo-Nazis summoned by prosecutors on grounds of promoting neo-Nazism.
Hit with one of the biggest fines ever imposed on a news outlet, New Times was on the verge of closure.
As Poland prepares for another divisive and violent Independence Day holiday on 11 November, we look at the polarizing TV coverage of last year’s event. From openDemocracy.
Critics say law will do nothing to stem oligarch Peevski’s effective control over the newspaper business.