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Despite Chinese Pressure, Taiwan Keeps Its Press Free
April 27, 2018
Despite Chinese Pressure, Taiwan Keeps Its Press Free
While much of Asia backslides, Taiwan remains a bastion of media freedom.
Despite Chinese Pressure, Taiwan Keeps Its Press Free
Journalism in Kyrgyzstan: Shoot the Messenger?
March 16, 2018
Journalism in Kyrgyzstan: Shoot the Messenger?
Pressure on the press has increased in Central Asia’s so-called island of democracy.
Journalism in Kyrgyzstan: Shoot the Messenger?
In India, Raids Targeting a Prominent News Agency Spark Censorship Fears
June 21, 2017
In India, Raids Targeting a Prominent News Agency Spark Censorship Fears
Was a raid on NDTV's offices earlier this month politically motivated?
In India, Raids Targeting a Prominent News Agency Spark Censorship Fears
Marking a Year After Protests in Kazakhstan
May 05, 2017
Marking a Year After Protests in Kazakhstan
Freedom of the press, a devastating landslide, meeting a manaschi, and a special bonus; weekend reads.
Marking a Year After Protests in Kazakhstan
New Report Shines a Light on the Global Shadow of Uzbekistani Surveillance
March 31, 2017
New Report Shines a Light on the Global Shadow of Uzbekistani Surveillance
“If we call our relatives, friends and families, everything will be heard, we know that."
New Report Shines a Light on the Global Shadow of Uzbekistani Surveillance
Japan’s Controversial State Secrets Law: One Year Later
December 09, 2015
Japan’s Controversial State Secrets Law: One Year Later
A year after the state secrets law passed, what impact is it having on freedom in Japan?
Japan’s Controversial State Secrets Law: One Year Later
Why is There a Turkmen Delegation in Washington?
October 14, 2015
Why is There a Turkmen Delegation in Washington?
Ashgabat is nervous about the border with Afghanistan, but you wouldn't know it inside the country.
Why is There a Turkmen Delegation in Washington?
Myanmar Acquits Journalist’s Killers Amid Muslim Exodus
May 20, 2015
Myanmar Acquits Journalist’s Killers Amid Muslim Exodus
“Naypyidaw is under a harsh spotlight.”
Myanmar Acquits Journalist’s Killers Amid Muslim Exodus
What Press Freedom in Eurasia?
April 29, 2015
What Press Freedom in Eurasia?
Every year is a bad year for press freedom across the former Soviet Union. Last year was no different.
What Press Freedom in Eurasia?
India Bans Al Jazeera for Broadcasting 'Wrong' Maps of Kashmir
April 25, 2015
India Bans Al Jazeera for Broadcasting 'Wrong' Maps of Kashmir
The Qatari news agency received a five-day ban.
India Bans Al Jazeera for Broadcasting 'Wrong' Maps of Kashmir
How a Hong Kong Newspaper Became an Occupy Movement Flashpoint
October 17, 2014
How a Hong Kong Newspaper Became an Occupy Movement Flashpoint
The protests outside Apple Daily headquarters provide a microcosm for the larger issues at play.
How a Hong Kong Newspaper Became an Occupy Movement Flashpoint
Vietnam Worse Than Syria in Jailing Reporters
January 21, 2014
Vietnam Worse Than Syria in Jailing Reporters
With 18 journalists behind bars, Vietnam ranks fifth in the world for imprisoning members of the press.
Vietnam Worse Than Syria in Jailing Reporters
In China's Corruption Fight, No Citizens Allowed
November 28, 2013
In China's Corruption Fight, No Citizens Allowed
China's fight against corruption picks up steam, but that doesn't mean whistleblowers are welcome.
In China's Corruption Fight, No Citizens Allowed
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