To quote Wikipedia
, Radio Farda is "a Persian language radio station based in the Czech capital Prague. Supported by the U.S. government, Radio Farda broadcasts political, cultural, social and art news with emphasis on Iran (Persia)." It is roughly analogous to Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty
. But not sufficiently so, says S. Enders Wimbush, a former director of radio Liberty. He has a list of six stretagies
he wants to see the station follow. Read the whole thing.
(Link via Banafsheh Zand-Bonazzi email)
Labels: Foreign policy