Monitoring press freedom and international affairs from Mid-Missouri Public Radio and the Missouri School of Journalism

Iuliia Alieva

Stories By Iuliia Alieva
For Russia, World Cup poses myriad challenges
By , • 2 June 2016
Ukraine, security and corruption complicate 2018 tournament With the world’s attention set to shift to crisis-riddled Brazil for the 2016 Summer Olympics, one government in particular is likely watching how Brazil juggles the world’s spotlight…
Project Exile: Russian journalist flees Chechen threats
By  • 4 April 2016
"I was called an enemy of Islam, an enemy of Kadyrov. They promised to find me and kill me." Working for the liberal media in Russia, Karina Orlova, 30, was used to receiving criticism from…
Chinese journalist disappeared after criticizing leader
By  • 25 March 2016
A Chinese journalist disappeared March 15 and was later confirmed to be detained by the police March 18. Jia Jia, a Beijing-based freelance journalist and columnist at the website Tencent Online, was on the phone with…
Four questions: War in Yemen
By  • 29 February 2016
A primer on Yemen's conflict Yemen's year-old civil war has left more than 6,000 dead, 30,000 injured and 2.5 million forced from their homes. Yet outside the region, there is little news coverage of Yemen's…
As election looms, Djibouti detains and releases 2 journalists
By  • 26 January 2016
Security forces in the tiny east African nation of Djibouti have detained and released two local journalists as political tensions rise ahead of elections scheduled for April. Mohamed Ibrahim Waïss, a 41-year-old reporter for the opposition…
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