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In a world leading country, which portrays itself as a beacon of democracy and freedom, where entrepreneurship and capitalism share the same bed, the common mortal would expect a free press and excercise of journalism. 10 more words
After 3 months into the business, it really is too early to tell how far we’ve come, or how much progress we’ve made.
I personally feel that we’re a little further behind than I would have liked, but we still have some orders and ideas in the pipeline. 30 more words
A Russian Diary by Anna Politkovskaya takes us into the Russia dominated by Vladimir Putin between 2003 through August 2005. Politkovskaya was a distinguished journalist by the time she began keeping this diaries, and she was murdered before the pre-publication editing process was complete. 791 more words