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The Press and the War on Terrorism: New Dangers and New Restrictions

Edited transcript of remarks, 5/5/04 Carnegie Council Conversation (Merrill House, New York City).

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On Assignment: Covering Conflicts Safely

Guide for reporting in hazardous situations.

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Progress Denied

Even with Milosevic in jail, Serbia and Bosnia remain dangerous for the independent press.

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Special Report: Burma Under Pressure

How Burmese journalism survives in one of the world’s most repressive regimes.

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Enemies of the Press 2001

CPJ Names 10 Enemies of the Press on World Press Freedom Day

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Yugoslavia: Growing Unrest in the State Media

October 5, 2000 — Since this briefing was filed two days ago, Slobodan Milosevic has almost entirely lost control of state media, a main pillar of his power. Today, the state news agency Tanjug declared its independence from Milosevic and referred to opposition leader Vojislav Kostunica as the president-elect of Yugoslavia. Employees of the state…

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Yugoslavia: Growing Unrest in the State Media

October 5, 2000 — Since this briefing was filed two days ago, Slobodan Milosevic has almost entirely lost control of state media, a main pillar of his power. Today, the state news agency Tanjug declared its independence from Milosevic and referred to opposition leader Vojislav Kostunica as the president-elect of Yugoslavia. Employees of the state…

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Serbian Public Information Law: Full Text

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Chokehold on Serbia

CPJ documents Milesovic’s attempts to throttle the independent media. Including breaking news, bulletins, and background. BackgroundText of Serbian Information Law Back to CHOKEHOLD main page

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Chokehold on Serbia

CPJ documents Milesovic’s attempts to throttle the independent media. Including breaking news, bulletins, and background. BackgroundText of Serbian Information Law Back to CHOKEHOLD main page

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