RFE writer-at-large James Kirchick discusses the post-election crackdown on activists and protestors in Minsk, Belarus for "The Globe & Mail."
RFE coverage of elections and post-election protests in Belarus was cited in many major media outlets including "The Washington Post," "The New York Times," and "Yahoo! News."
RFE writer-at-large James Kirchick writes a dispatch from post-election protests in Minsk, Belarus.
RFE Writer-at-Large James Kirchick writes for "The New Republic" on Belarus' upcoming presidential election and the West's easing of sanctions against the government of "Europe's last dictator."
Aslan Doukaev, Director of RFE's North Caucasus Service, talks to the "BBC" program "Witness" about his experience during the Russian invasion of Grozny, where he was working as a professor.
RFE Turkmen Service journalist Muhammad Tahir discussed Taliban advances in Northern Afghanistan at the Jamestown Foundation's annual conference on terrorism.
RFE President Jeffrey Gedmin discusses his recent trip to Kazakhstan, and the difficulties facing democracy promotion efforts there, for "Foreign Policy."
P.J. O'Rourke looks at RFE's role in fostering civil society and the free flow of information across South Asia, the Middle East, and the former Soviet Union for "World Affairs Journal."
RFE Chief Washington Editor Christian Caryl discusses the power dynamic between Prime Minister Vladimir Putin and President Dmitry Medvedev in Russia for "Foreign Policy."
BBC correspondent Bilal Sarway reports from Jalalabad, where RFE's Radio Azadi continued its distribution of 20,000 solar-powered radios to Afghans in remote parts of the country.
RFE writer-at-large James Kirchick looks at cooperation between NATO and Russia in Afghanistan for "Foreign Policy" magazine.
RFE's Luke Allnutt takes a look at Russia' burgeoning internet revolution, and casts doubt on the Kremlin's endorsement of 'direct democracy.'