Georgian Journalists Send Word of Their Fate

September 2008
Nieman Reports;Fall2008, Vol. 62 Issue 3, p84
Excerpts are presented from electronic mail messages sent to journalism professor Karl Idsvoog by former students of a program he established in the Republic of Georgia during Georgia's war with Russia in August, 2008.


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