The letter above was sent this week to more than 30 international news organizations including Bloomberg, The Wall Street Journal, Reuters, Agence France-Presse, South China Morning Post, the BBC, NBC, NHK, and Asahi Shimbun. In recent weeks, Chinese authorities and state media have grown...
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by Samuel Wade | Jun 19, 2018
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by Samuel Wade | Apr 12, 2018
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by Josh Rudolph | Jan 31, 2018
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by Samuel Wade | Apr 6, 2017
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