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RFE/RL's North Caucasus service chief talks about the 'personal apocalypse' that was the First Chechen War.
Ismayilova, a prominent investigative journalist who contributes to RFE/RL's Azerbaijani Service, has been sentenced by a court in Baku to two months of pretrial detention.
"Current Time," or "Nastoyashchee Vremya" in Russian, will provide audiences in countries bordering Russia with a balanced alternative to the disinformation produced by Russian media outlets that is driving instability in the region.
RFE/RL's Ukrainian Service marked its 60th anniversary on September 18 at an event in Kyiv, attended by Ukrainian Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk and Kyiv Mayor Vitaliy Klitschko.
RFE/RL's Turkmen service's on-the-spot reporting of pressing local issues has residents talking--and officials responding.
The Balkan Service’s “The Bridge” marks 20 years on the air advancing dialogue and hope.
Filtering, official intimidation, and the rise of social media have all contributed to the waning of the Iranian blogosphere.
RFE/RL’s Balkan Service provides an alternative to Serbian mainstream media coverage of the 1999 NATO bombing by taking a critical look at the context in which the campaign took place.
Radio Farda journalist Hannah Kaviani and Iranian-American journalist Negar Mortazavi discuss what people inside Iran expected from the negotiations, what are they being told about them by state-run media, and how the debate might unfold domestically over the next seven months. More
RFE/RL "Under The Black Flag" blog author Joanna Paraszczuk discusses Islamic State -- what it is, who controls it and whether its leading personalities are the masterminds they appear to be. More
The political crisis in Georgia erupted quickly, but is it all bad news? Might the turmoil open the door to new political options and alliances in advance of Georgia's next general elections in 2016? RFE/RL's Brian Whitmore and David Kakabadze discuss the shakeup and what it means for Georgia. More
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