Published in: oDR: AnalysisRussia’s recently exiled media learn hard lessons abroad
Russian independent media outlets are making a painful transition from Kremlin censorship to life in exile
Russia’s elite wants to f*** the West. This journalist is chronicling it
Interview: Political journalist Farida Rustamova discusses her reporting on Putin’s inner circle, which has caught...
What role can a public broadcaster play in Georgia’s polarised politics?
Exclusive: George Gvimradze, head of news at the country’s public broadcaster, on a divided media, impartiality, and...
Belarus’ most famous media outlet wants its title back – and its people freed
Staff from Zerkalo – born from the ashes of TUT.BY – discuss being branded ‘extremists’, having 15 colleagues...
Published in: oDR: Analysis'We’ll start a fight and then figure it out': the life and death of a Russian new media
News website VTimes was forced to close down after Putin’s laws make life increasingly difficult for independent...
'Russian officials simply could not ignore us': inside the attack on Meduza
Alexey Kovalev, a prominent Russian journalist, explains why the state is trying to silence independent outlets by...