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Stratfor analyzes silencing of Radio Liberty

Stratfor, a subscription-based provider of geopolitical analysis, published a article on the Kremlin’s crackdown on independent media and political opposition in Russia, citing the silencing of Radio Liberty as one example. Stratfor reports that opposition leader Vladimir Ryzhkov called the …

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Americans! U.S. Government Supports Dictatorship in Russia, Says Protester Against Mass Dismissal of Radio Liberty Journalists

BBG Watch Commentary [caption id="attachment_17038" align="aligncenter" width="624" caption="Protesters at US Embassy Moscow Demanding the Return of Fired Radio Liberty Journalists"][/caption] Several individual Russian protesters appeared Wednesday near the U.S.

CUSIB Joins the Rally Cry for Radio Liberty Supporters

[caption id="attachment_17011" align="aligncenter" width="480" caption="Kirill Filimonov protesting at U.S. Embassy Moscow"][/caption] Reposted from CUSIB website. October 10, 2012 For Immediate Release CUSIB Joins the Rally Cry for Radio Liberty Supporters

Euronews Video on Moscow protest over Radio Liberty staff cuts

[caption id="attachment_17031" align="aligncenter" width="620" caption="Click on the image to view Euronews Video from Radio Liberty Moscow Protest"][/caption] See Euronews Video:

Demonstration at U.S. Embassy Moscow Against Firing of Journalists and Silencing of Radio Liberty

BBG Watch Commentary [caption id="attachment_17012" align="aligncenter" width="470" caption="Kirill Filimonov Detained by Police at U.S. Embassy Moscow"][/caption] A young Russian journalism student Kirill Filimonov, protesting against U.S. decision to stifle

Elena Vlasenko with Her Colleagues

Supporters of Radio Liberty broadcasts and website plan a protest at U.S. Embassy in Moscow

BBG Watch has learned that a group of young Radio Liberty listeners and users of its website is relying on Facebook and other social media to organize a

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