The citizens of Hungary and Bulgaria must learn again how to cultivate media freedom before once fertile ground turns irreversibly into a journalistic wasteland.
Despite expectations, fake news appears to have played a relatively minor role during the recent Czech presidential elections. But that doesn’t mean the popularity of such “alternative” sites should be ignored or the reasons why so many Czechs are willing to take the bait.
Leading Russian independent media refuse to report from parliament as long as journalists’ sexual harassment claims are not treated seriously.
Despite recent death threats, Armenian journalist Marianna Grigoryan and her team continue to battle on for press freedoms and holding the powers that be accountable.
Still hard to fathom at the moment, the ramifications of Jan Kuciak’s murder could usher in an era of political change.
Jan Kuciak had been investigating links between Slovak politicians and the Italian mafia organization ‘Ndrangheta.
The Romanian media has to constantly defend its freedom in the face of never-ending threats of encroachment from the ruling class.
In incidents involving two Kremlin critics, social media moguls probe the limits of Russia’s clampdown on dissent.
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