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    From armed conflict and forced migration to the spread of misinformation and the rise of right-wing populism, the chaotic and disheartening developments of the year in many ways marked the new frontiers of global repression …

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    Myanmar 2.0: Films and guests from the world’s youngest democracy

    Myanmar 2.0: Films and guests from the world’s youngest democracy

    In an IMS-supported two-day event in early august, Cinemateket in Copenhagen is focusing on Myanmar with a programme presenting both films and debates.

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    One year after the coup: State of the press in Turkey

    One year after the coup: State of the press in Turkey

    Since the attempted coup on 15 July 2016, a severe crackdown on the country’s media has followed. With 166 journalists currently in jail according to the Turkish NGO “Platform 24”, Turkey now …

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    New legislative proposal in Russia could peg media as “foreign agents”

    New legislative proposal in Russia could peg media as “foreign agents”

    The Russian “foreign agent” law may affect media in Russia receiving funding from abroad.

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    In focus: Photojournalism