Attacks on the Press analyzes press conditions and documents new dangers in more than 100 countries worldwide. In the Americas, national leaders are building elaborate state media operations to dominate news and amplify their personal agendas. In European and African nations, authorities are invoking national security laws and deploying intelligence services to intimidate the press. The Committee to Protect Journalists' Attacks on the Press is a definitive annual assessment of the state of press freedoms featuring analytical essays by CPJ experts with an overview of media conditions and anti-press violations. Attacks on the Press is a platform for direct advocacy with governments and the diplomatic community, and gives voice to journalists globally and a seat in discussions at the United Nations, Organization of American States, European Union, and African Union, to name a few.