Russia: Media and Elections

As part of Krusenstern‘s ongoing Russian Media Blog Carnival, Mark MacKinnon writes about the Russian media and the 2008 presidential election: “The Russian opposition has its Yushchenko now in Mikhail Kasyanov. But what will determine the country’s future is whether it has enough Dmytruks and Politkovskayas to tell the country about him. One can't help but worry that too many have been scared into silence.”

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