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Defending Free Speech in ASEAN
January 23, 2017
Defending Free Speech in ASEAN
There have been some troubling regional developments on the issue of late.
Defending Free Speech in ASEAN
No Offense: The Politics of Sedition in India
September 10, 2016
No Offense: The Politics of Sedition in India
Successive Indian governments appear to be abusing the country's colonial-era sedition law.
No Offense: The Politics of Sedition in India
Cambodia’s ‘Cyber War’ Legislation Targets Online Critics
May 27, 2015
Cambodia’s ‘Cyber War’ Legislation Targets Online Critics
As more Cambodians take to the Internet, the government looks to crack down on criticism.
Cambodia’s ‘Cyber War’ Legislation Targets Online Critics
Amos Yee, Free Speech and Lessons from Singapore
May 21, 2015
Amos Yee, Free Speech and Lessons from Singapore
Why we should think carefully before criticizing Singapore’s stance on Amos Yee.
Amos Yee, Free Speech and Lessons from Singapore
Bangladesh’s Existential Fight Against Islamic Extremism
April 03, 2015
Bangladesh’s Existential Fight Against Islamic Extremism
Bloggers, under increasing threat from Islamists, are the last line of defense for secularism in Bangladesh.
Bangladesh’s Existential Fight Against Islamic Extremism
Chinese Media Enters <i>Charlie Hebdo</i> Debate
January 17, 2015
Chinese Media Enters Charlie Hebdo Debate
Xinhua News weighs in on the question of free speech and satire.
Chinese Media Enters Charlie Hebdo Debate
Japan: Hate Speech vs. Free Speech
August 04, 2014
Japan: Hate Speech vs. Free Speech
With rising anti-Korean demonstrations, could Japan rethink its position on allowing hate speech?
Japan: Hate Speech vs. Free Speech
Cambodia’s Draft Cyber Law Threatens Free Speech
April 10, 2014
Cambodia’s Draft Cyber Law Threatens Free Speech
A leaked draft of a bill that would fight cybercrime has activists worried.
Cambodia’s Draft Cyber Law Threatens Free Speech
China’s Internet Suppression Tactics Diffuse into Southeast Asia
September 05, 2013
China’s Internet Suppression Tactics Diffuse into Southeast Asia
Tougher laws are curbing free speech on social media, and look very similar to restrictions in China.
China’s Internet Suppression Tactics Diffuse into Southeast Asia
China's
September 11, 2012
China's "One Country, Two Systems" Under Threat
As mainlanders head to Hong Kong to protest, Chinese authorities are increasingly cracking down on the former British colony.
China's "One Country, Two Systems" Under Threat
Free Speech in Thailand
June 03, 2011
Free Speech in Thailand
Thailand‘s lèse-majesté laws are notorious. But do Thais care enough to get behind a push ahead of elections to amend the rules?
Free Speech in Thailand
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