The Committee to Protect Journalists’ International Press Freedom Awards will take place in...
by Samuel Wade | Oct 26, 2012
The Atlantic’s James Fallows spoke recently to legal activist Chen Guangcheng, currently living in New York after his dramatic escape from house arrest in April. Chen explained his views on the deterioration of rule of law...
by Samuel Wade | Jul 24, 2012
The Aspen Institute has posted the full video of a debate from its Ideas Festival, which ran from June 27th and July 3rd. The discussion pitched venture capitalist Eric X. Li against professor of government Minxin Pei on the...
by Samuel Wade | Feb 7, 2012
Controversy over last year’s Groupon Super Bowl ad, which drew accusations of exploiting the plight of Tibet, was echoed on Sunday by a campaign ad for Michigan’s Pete Hoekstra, a prospective candidate for the US...
by Sophie Beach | Jan 20, 2010
Slate Magazine and the New America Foundation held a roundtable discussion about China’s Great Firewall in the aftermath of Google’s recent challenge to Chinese censorship and the lead-up to Secretary of State...
by dwang | Jun 4, 2009
James Fallows at The Atlantic has written several posts about foreign media censorship and heavy police presence in Tiananmen Square on the 20th anniversary of the military crackdown on pro-democracy demonstrators. June 4 news...
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