Regimes target free press with ‘economic strangulation,’ report says

Violence against journalists is blatant repression. However, authoritarian regimes are finding that less obvious, nonviolent tactics like freezing assets, revoking licenses or blocking access to ink can shutter newspapers without provoking international outcry, according to the watchdog group Reporters Without Borders. “Someone not paying close attention may assume that the newspaper was the victim of ... Read More»
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