A Module for Media Intervention: Content Regulation in Post-Conflict Zones
University of Oklahoma - College of Law
Monroe E. Price
Cardozo Law School; Programme in Comparative Media Law and Policy
Cardozo Law School, Public Law Research Paper No. 58
In Kosovo and Bosnia-Hercegovina, and elsewhere as well, there has been increasing examples of actual management of legislative and executive functions by international governmental organizations. This essay examines the operation of such entities with respect to media regulation. Among the questions are the following: what standards govern the actions of the international community, what mechanisms does the community use to enforce its rules, and how do the resulting mechanisms compare to more universal standards.
Number of Pages in PDF File: 46
Date posted: January 12, 2003
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