'A very worrying trend': Governments' use of national security to restrict press freedom

'A very worrying trend': Governments' use of national security to restrict press freedom

'A very worrying trend': Governments' use of national security to restrict press freedom

Updated 2 February 2018, 3:45 AEDT

Beverley O’Connor speaks to Peter Greste, the UNESCO chair of journalism at the University of Queensland, about how the arrest of the two Reuter journalists on anti-state charges in Myanmar has become more than an isolated case.

Journalist Peter Greste discusses why the crackdown on two Reuter journalists in Myanmar is more than an isolated case.