Lane, Charles
September 1994
New Republic;9/5/94, Vol. 211 Issue 10, p18
Comments on the practice of journalistic ethics by Peter Brock. Call for the establishment of an informed, operational, fully funded and professional media institute; Personal presentation as an arbiter of media bias; Reliance on the broadcasts of state-run Belgrade Television, the propaganda organ of Serbian President Slobodan Milo for inventing reports of atrocities against Serbs; Rejection of the five-nation Contact Group peace plan by the Bosnian Serb leaders based on their greed and fear of war crime trials.


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