Tajikistan

7.1 million people
870 USD GNI (PPP)
Press:
Not Free
Not Free

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The government of Tajikistan needs to release information to the family and colleagues of missing researcher Alexander Sodiqov about where he is being held and in what conditions.

Issues: 
Civil Society, Human Rights Defense, Rule of Law
Regions: 
Eurasia

A Tajik court’s decision to levy a fine against Asia Plus and its editor, Olga Tutubalina, for publishing a remark by Vladimir Lenin as part of her criticism of the country’s elite is a clear example of censorship, aimed at sending a political message to civil society and the press."

Issues: 
Freedom of Association, Freedom of Expression, Media Freedom, Rule of Law
Regions: 
Eurasia

Решение Таджикского суда о наложении штрафа на газету Asia-Plus и ее редактора Ольгу Тутубалину за публикацию высказывания Владимира Ленина в ее критическом материале о национальной элите страны, является недвусмысленным примером цензуры, политическим сигналом всему гражданскому обществу и прессе.

Issues: 
Freedom of Association, Freedom of Expression, Media Freedom, Rule of Law
Regions: 
Eurasia

On June 26, UN International Day in Support of Victims of Torture, Freedom House stands in solidarity with victims of torture, and with the activists who work to rehabilitate victims and to eliminate torture around the world.

Issues: 
Civil Society, Human Rights Defense, Rule of Law, United Nations
Regions: 
Eurasia, Middle East and North Africa

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Promise and Reversal: The Post-Soviet Landscape Twenty Years On

“Promise and Reversal: The Post-Soviet Landscape Twenty Years On,” marks the 20th anniversary of the failed Soviet coup of August 19, 1991. The retrospective essay examines the changes in the political rights and civil liberties in the former Soviet Union over the last two decades, as well as includes graphs and rankings that illustrate the region's performance in the annual Freedom House publications Freedom in the World and Freedom of the Press. The report  concludes that there is a serious and disturbing failure to embrace democratic institutions in most of the post-Soviet region.

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Muzzling the Media: The Return of Censorship in the Commonwealth of Independent States

Only a decade and a half since the end of the Cold War, freedom of the press for millions of people across the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) has come nearly full circle. The media landscape across most of today’s CIS in some aspects differs from that of the Soviet era, but in important ways is imposing a no less repressive news media environment. Gone is all encompassing ideological state media control. Russia – and most of the countries on its periphery – today features modern methods of information control that effectively shuts off the majority of people in these lands from news and information of political consequence.

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