Fall of 2005
Oct. 2005: Silencing the press in Uzbekistan
Foreign correspondents rarely allowed into the streets, and local journalists face incarceration, abuse
Oct. 2005: Reporter's privilege?
When the source goes unnamed, who should take the blame? Editors offer perspective.
Oct. 2005: Sources, not shields
Finnish press puts sources ahead of itself
Oct. 2005: Self-censorship as self-defense
The number of journalists killed annually in Colombia is on the decline
Oct. 2005: Media-friendly administration
Colombia's vice president is a former journalist, but it's unclear how much he can help the country's media
Oct. 2005: Fighting the enemy within
The Turkish government may be no friend, but the media's corporate culture most frustrates journalists
Oct. 2005: Belarus: Press under duress
Even the most basic news coverage carries a certain, and some say increasing, degree of personal danger
If money from the West talks, who in the former Soviet bloc will listen?
Oct. 2005: Journalist's Journal
Media trials and tribulations in the Gambia
Oct. 2005: Beat Memo: Bosnia and Herzegovina
Revealing the controversy of the country and its culture