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Baidu’s Internal Monitoring and Censorship Document Leaked (1) (Updated)

The first law of Chinese cyberpolitics is “Where there are River Crabs, there are Grass-Mud Horses (那里有河蟹,那里就有草泥马).” According to this “Law of the Grass-Mud Horse,” online censorship will always meet resistance. The latest hot item circulating in the Chinese blogosphere is a compressed folder leaked from a Baidu employee.

April 30, 2009

M.D. Nalapat: Will the Maoists Defang Nepal’s Army?

Professor M.D. Nalapat is vice-chair of the Manipal Advanced Research Group, UNESCO Peace Chair, and professor of geopolitics at Manipal University. He writes on the UPI Asia: Nepal would never have come to be led by Maoists were it not for the help that the rebels got from India. For decades, Maoist guerrillas took refuge in India’s eastern states of West Bengal and Bihar, given

April 30, 2009

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