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Heavy Punishment and the Ongoing Crackdown in China

A recent string of long prison terms for inciting subversion has been widely seen as demonstrating the increasingly inhospitable climate for political dissent in China. Bob Dietz of the Committee to Protect Journalists, for...

Cisco Sued for Role in Chinese Crackdowns

The Sydney Morning Herald reports a lawsuit filed in June in the US, in which technology giant Cisco is accused of complicity in China’s suppression of political dissent. Daniel Ward, of US law firm Ward & Ward, has...

China Sentences Democracy Activist to 10 Years

Chinese activist Liu Xianbin has been sentenced to ten years in prison on subversion charges for his online writings. From AP: Liu Xianbin, who has previously spent a decade in prison, was found guilty of inciting subversion of...

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