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Report: Killing of Pakistani Journalist in Kenya ‘Planned’
December 08, 2022

Report: Killing of Pakistani Journalist in Kenya ‘Planned’

By Munir Ahmed
Arshad Sharif was in hiding in Kenya to avoid arrest at home on charges of maligning Pakistan’s national institutions, i.e., the military.

Have Press Freedoms Improved in Central Asia?
April 30, 2020

Have Press Freedoms Improved in Central Asia?

By Colleen Wood
What does a new global press freedom index really say about Central Asia?
Australia Drops in Press Freedom Index
April 22, 2020

Australia Drops in Press Freedom Index

By Joshua Mcdonald
Australia dropped five points in the latest index as national security laws and loss of independence both chip away at journalism in the country.

A Bleak Outlook: Press Freedom in Central Asia
May 01, 2017

A Bleak Outlook: Press Freedom in Central Asia

By Casey Michel
Central Asia is but a barometer for the current state of global press freedoms.

Tajikistan Battered With Criticism, But US Waives Sanctions
April 21, 2016

Tajikistan Battered With Criticism, But US Waives Sanctions

By Catherine Putz
Annual report season has been harsh on Dushanbe, but don't expect policy changes in Washington.

Hard Times for Press Freedom in Asia
February 01, 2013

Hard Times for Press Freedom in Asia

“Nearly half of the twenty countries with the least amount of press freedom…are located in the Asia-Pacific.”

Thailand and Internet Enemies
March 16, 2012

Thailand and Internet Enemies

A new report says some democracies are becoming enemies of the Internet. Thailand is one of the worst.

Burma Rethinks Censorship. A Bit.
May 13, 2011

Burma Rethinks Censorship. A Bit.

Under the guise of a new parliamentary system, Burma’s government is indicating that it may relax its draconian media censorship policy.

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