Category Archives: Freedom House

Eurovision 2012: Debating Rather than Singing in Azerbaijan

by Gabby LaVerghetta Eurovision is still more than a month away, but the international song contest is already receiving plenty of press — about the press.  The issue at hand is whether the contest should play a role in freedom … Continue reading

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Stepping Up for Journalists in Mexico’s Drug War

by Rick Rockwell Credit where credit is due: the U.S. government admits the flow of illegal drugs northward to the U.S. market through Mexico fuels the Drug War.  This past week, E. Anthony Wayne, the U.S. Ambassador to Mexico announced … Continue reading

Posted in Books, Committee to Protect Journalists, Drug War, Felipe Calderon, Freedom House, Internet, Journalism, Media, Media Repression, Mexico, United States, War | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | 2 Comments