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All Posts Tagged With: "press"

The Russian Newspaper Murders: Update: Politkovskaya Trial

The trial of three men accused in the 2006 murder of Russian journalist Anna Politkovskaya is currently underway in Moscow.

Nov 19th, 2008 | Comments

Politkovskaya Murder Case to be Tried Before Public

Prosecutors had requested that reporters not be allowed in the courtroom as some of the potential evidence is classified.

Nov 17th, 2008 | Comments

Red Lines and Deadlines: Press Freedom Around the World

The main lesson to be drawn from the 2008 RSF report is that, “It is not economic prosperity but peace that guarantees press freedom."

Oct 27th, 2008 | Comments

Red Lines and Deadlines: Essay: “How Iran’s Reformers Lost their Political Way”

Iran's unelected supreme religious leader still wields ultimate authority; and hard-line ideologues and militants have successfully blocked, sometimes violently, popular efforts to reform.

Sep 23rd, 2005 | Comments

The Prime Minister and the Press: Introduction

(August 21, 2003) The Prime Minister and the Press examines Silvio Berlusconi's rise to prominence, and explores what happens to public debate when extreme wealth and political power converge with media dominance.

Aug 21st, 2003 | Comments

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