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Committee to Protect Journalists

The Committee to Protect Journalists is an independent, nonprofit organization founded in 1981. They promote press freedom worldwide by defending the rights of journalists to report the news without fear of reprisal. Website: www.cpj.org/
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Jordan Reins in the Press

February 1998 | Publisher: Committee to Protect Journalists | Document type: Country Reports

Mixed Signals: Press freedom in Armenia and Azerbaijan

February 1998 | Publisher: Committee to Protect Journalists | Document type: Country Reports

Breaking Away: Mexico's press challenges the status quo

February 1998 | Publisher: Committee to Protect Journalists | Document type: Country Reports

Cuba's independent journalists struggle to establish a free press

February 1997 | Publisher: Committee to Protect Journalists | Document type: Country Reports

Battling Seditious Libel in Croatia

February 1997 | Publisher: Committee to Protect Journalists | Document type: Country Reports

Gag Reflex: Ireland's libel laws muzzle a free press

February 1997 | Publisher: Committee to Protect Journalists | Document type: Country Reports

Russia's Harsh Press Climate

February 1997 | Publisher: Committee to Protect Journalists | Document type: Country Reports

USA: Subverting Journalism: Reporters and the CIA, Controlling Interest: Vietnam's press faces the limits of reform

February 1997 | Publisher: Committee to Protect Journalists | Document type: Country Reports

Bosnia and Herzegovina: Media Freedom after Dayton

February 1997 | Publisher: Committee to Protect Journalists | Document type: Country Reports

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