Bern, Berlin, Bruxelles, Frankfurt am Main, New York, Oxford, Wien, 2009. 246 pp.
Contents: Marta Dyczok: Introduction – Marta Dyczok: Do the Media Matter? Focus on Ukraine – Oxana Gaman-Golutvina: Contradictions
between Freedom and Development: Historical and Contemporary Dimensions (the Russian Case) – Stefan Jarolimek: In the Absence
of Light, Darkness Prevails. Plurality, the Public Sphere and the Transformation of Press Journalism in Belarus – Inta Brikše:
Development of a Public Sphere: Journalistic Freedom and Media Accountability in Latvia – Boris Dubin: Russia, the West and
«The Special Path». Popular Attitudes to Other Countries – Oleg Manaev: Belarus on the ‘Huntington Line’: The Role of Media
(Devoted to the Memory of Samuel Huntington) – Masha Lipman: The Russian Media Scene: Industrial Rise and Industrial Decline
– Robert Austin: Less is More: Towards a Sustainable and Reliable Media in Albania – Tamara Berekashivli: Trends in Georgia’s
Mass Media after the ‘Rose Revolution’ – Vicken Cheterian: Coloured Revolutions and the Media: Where is the Scoop? – Oxana
Gaman-Golutvina: Conclusions. Media and Democracy in Transformation Design.