The developments in today’s “Information Age” continue to raise scores of important questions. Is free media a human right? How does the media function in a closed society, where propaganda is more readily available than trustworthy information? How does the information leak out from these societies to the rest of the world, so that the international audience can stay informed about the changing situation and the new obstacles on the ground? Is it perhaps easier for many of us to turn a blind eye to such problems?
The occupied Crimea has become an example of such a closed, repressive society, where …read more
Source: VOLYA Institute