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Why Bangladesh's Journalists Live in Fear
July 11, 2017
Why Bangladesh's Journalists Live in Fear
A controversial section of the country's ICT Act has seen an increasing number of journalists arrested.
Why Bangladesh's Journalists Live in Fear
What If They Gave an ASEAN Summit and the Media Failed to Turn Up?
April 03, 2016
What If They Gave an ASEAN Summit and the Media Failed to Turn Up?
Host nation Laos is doing its very best to make sure they don’t.
What If They Gave an ASEAN Summit and the Media Failed to Turn Up?
Faking News in India’s Unreal Times
January 31, 2016
Faking News in India’s Unreal Times
The fake news websites are a response to the absurdities of our times and a satire on media.
Faking News in India’s Unreal Times
Bhutan's Struggling Media
October 28, 2014
Bhutan's Struggling Media
Despite high hopes, journalism in Bhutan has struggled during its democratic transition.
Bhutan's Struggling Media
Chinese Censorship Inhibits Relations with Japan
December 05, 2013
Chinese Censorship Inhibits Relations with Japan
A new Marxist program for Chinese journalists will damage perceptions of Japan in China.
Chinese Censorship Inhibits Relations with Japan
China and the UK Trade Barbs Over Hong Kong Democracy
September 20, 2013
China and the UK Trade Barbs Over Hong Kong Democracy
As things stand now, the question is not “if” but “how much” Beijing will involve itself in the 2017 elections.
China and the UK Trade Barbs Over Hong Kong Democracy
Why is China Censoring the Global Times?
August 12, 2013
Why is China Censoring the Global Times?
The state-run newspaper took down an article after it was reposted by a famous Weibo user.
Why is China Censoring the Global Times?
Chinese Media Duped By American Satire…Again
August 08, 2013
Chinese Media Duped By American Satire…Again
A number of media outlets in China fell for a joke story in the New Yorker. It wasn’t the first time.
Chinese Media Duped By American Satire…Again
Chinese Tourists Offend North Koreans
August 06, 2013
Chinese Tourists Offend North Koreans
Chinese tourists anger North Koreans by tossing candy to children “like they’re feeding ducks.” Tuesday China links.
Chinese Tourists Offend North Koreans
Sri Lanka Continues to Strangle the Press
April 06, 2013
Sri Lanka Continues to Strangle the Press
The BBC has ceased broadcasting in Sri Lanka, another sign of the deterioration of press freedom.
Sri Lanka Continues to Strangle the Press
Cross-Strait Media Deals Spark Concern in Taiwan
January 15, 2013
Cross-Strait Media Deals Spark Concern in Taiwan
Concerned over possible pro-Beijing media acquisitions, Taiwanese students are voicing their opposition.
Cross-Strait Media Deals Spark Concern in Taiwan
Media Outlets Protest State Editorial on Southern Weekly
January 08, 2013
Media Outlets Protest State Editorial on Southern Weekly
In a bold move against censorship, Chinese media outlets are running disclaimers disavowing an editorial.
Media Outlets Protest State Editorial on Southern Weekly
The Myth of a South Asia
December 20, 2012
The Myth of a South Asia "Community"
Many South Asians speak of their thousands of years of shared ties. This however ignores present realities.
The Myth of a South Asia "Community"
China Tightens Media Grip
November 15, 2011
China Tightens Media Grip
New rules on the way microblog stories are reported marks a further tightening of China’s grip over the media.
China Tightens Media Grip
Ombudsman Gutierrez’s Media Miss
April 19, 2011
Ombudsman Gutierrez’s Media Miss
In the Philippines, taking the media ‘high road’ won’t always convince the public.
Ombudsman Gutierrez’s Media Miss
Ombudsman Gutierrez’s Media Miss
April 19, 2011
Ombudsman Gutierrez’s Media Miss
In the Philippines, taking the media ‘high road’ won’t always convince the public.
Ombudsman Gutierrez’s Media Miss
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