The National Review on March 29 posted an article to its website, "Still Broadcasting Freedom," on RFE/RL's continuing mission and relevance. The article, which will also run in the magazine's April 16, 2018 issue, opens:
"One of the most interesting and admirable news organizations in the world is RFE/RL. Those letters stand for Radio Free Europe and Radio Liberty. The “radios,” as they’re also known, merged in 1976. Are they not a Cold War relic? Not at all — unfortunately. They are playing their old role, to a degree, as the Kremlin and others are playing theirs (to a degree)."
READ the entire article on the website of the National Review.