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Norway to North Korea: The 2017 Press Freedom Rankings

Reporters Without Borders 2017 Press Freedom Map. The color categories are: good (white), fairly good (yellow), problematic (orange), bad (red) and very bad (black). By Josh Friedman Reporters Without Borders has released its annual index ranking countries worldwide on press freedom. According to the latests index, the North Korean press has less freedom

By |April 28th, 2017|Featured, News, Politics, Violence|

Russia, Belarus Celebrate ‘Unity Day’

Alexander Lukashenko and Vladimir Putin Editor’s note: For some background on the recent protests in Belarus and Russia, read interviews with demonstrators conducted by the Vilnius Students for Liberty and published by Freedom Today. By JOSH FRIEDMAN Russia and Belarus on Sunday marked 20 years of a supranational union between their two countries. While

By |April 3rd, 2017|Europe, Featured, News, Politics, Russia|

The State Of Liberty In Liberland: Interview With The President

By JOSH FRIEDMAN Liberland founder and president Vit Jedlicka In an interview with FreeManPost at the 2017 Liberty Con in Prague, Liberland President Vit Jedlicka predicted that next week, for the first time ever, a state will officially recognize Liberland’s status as a country. Jedlicka says the state that plans to recognize Liberland

By |March 19th, 2017|Featured, Politics, Territories|

No Government, High Tension In Macedonia

  Josh Friedman reports from the March 3 protests in Skopje By JOSH FRIEDMAN SKOPJE, Macedonia - Three months following parliamentary elections, Macedonian political parties have still yet to form a government. Both political and ethnic tension is building in the small Balkan state of about 2 million people, and the U.S., EU, NATO and

By |March 4th, 2017|Featured, News, Politics|

Kosovo Celebrates Independence. How Independent Is Kosovo?

Kosovo celebrated nine years of independence from Serbia on Friday. But, just how independent is Kosovo? The small Balkan state is currently prohibited by its own constitution from having a military. Nearly two decades after the Kosovo War, NATO forces still roam the streets of the former Serbian province, providing security. Also, key decisions about

By |February 18th, 2017|Europe, Featured, Kosovo, News, Politics, Territories|

A Look Inside The Romanian Protests

Josh Friedman reports from Bucharest, Romania, where protesters braved subfreezing temperatures on the 13th consecutive night of demonstrations against the Social Democratic Party-led government that recently tried to decriminalize certain types of corruption. Meet Romania's protesting monk:   Some images from Piata Victoriei in Bucharest:                    

By |February 13th, 2017|Featured, Josh Friedman, News, Politics|

Belarus Opens To Tourists As Tensions With Russia Rise

READ FMP’S REPORT ON THE NEW VISA POLICY: WANT TO TRAVEL TO BELARUS? NOW IS YOUR CHANCE By JOSH FRIEDMAN Internationally isolated Belarus lifted visa restrictions Sunday on citizens of 80 countries, including the U.S., Canada and almost all European states. Individuals who hold passports from most of the 80 states that cracked the list

By |February 12th, 2017|Featured, News, Politics, Russia|

Brexit: UK Top Court Rules Parliamentary Approval Needed To Start EU Exit Talks

The United Kingdom Supreme Court ruled that British Prime Minister Theresa May must obtain parliamentary approval in order to begin exit negotiations with the European Union, the BBC reports. However, the court ruled approval from the Scottish Parliament and Welsh and Northern Ireland assemblies is not necessary. The majority of voters in Scotland and Northern

By |January 24th, 2017|Europe, European Union, News, Politics, United Kingdom|
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