ON THE MEDIA | NYT Opinion, Myanmar’s Assault on a Truthful Press

September 18, 2018

When Myanmar’s government defends the harsh sentence given to two courageous reporters who exposed mass murder, it breaks a fundamental promise of democracy: the rule of law based on facts.

Sept. 16, 2018, By Stephen J. Adler, Mr. Adler, the president and editor in chief of Reuters, sits on the board of the Committee to Protect Journalists.

Source: Opinion | Myanmar’s Assault on a Truthful Press

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