The Ukrainian government for its decisions to restrict media activities is beyond the powers of What is accepted in the world to silence the voice of opposition, according to Professor of political science at the University of Rhode island Nikolai Petro.
in an interview with the publication, he stresses That all actions of Kiev, aimed at limiting the activities of the media is an attempt to see how far they can go in the management and control of information space available to Ukrainians.
However, says Peter, the world of modern technology provides different ways of obtaining information. For this reason, he believes, these attempts Kiev eventually doomed to failure.
The American political scientist States That all cases of arrests and attacks on Russian correspondents from the security service of Ukraine and the Ukrainian radicals dictated only by the Ukrainian legislation and motivated by a desire not to allow citizens to receive a "dissident" data.
Regarding the reaction of Western governments and international organizations on the prohibition of the SBU accreditation of more than one hundred Russian media, Petro believes That it will be very subdued, as they just don't want to deal with this issue. However, he stresses, a separate international organization specializing in censorship, have an effective opportunity to Express themselves on this issue.