Declassified Files Illuminate UK Role in Indonesian Anti-Communist Purges
By Sebastian Strangio
The U.K. ran a propaganda campaign in the mid-1960s urging that the "communist cancer be cut out of the body of the state.”
Life Is About to Get Even Harder for Foreign Media in China
By Charlotte Gao
A number of prominent foreign media were barred from the press conference revealing China’s new leadership.
What Do Taylor Swift, Triple J, BuzzFeed and The Guardian Have in Common?
By Helen Clark
They are all part of a demonstration of what can happen on a slow news day.
Russia’s Chokehold on Kyrgyzstan
By Casey Michel
Why all is not quite what it seems in Moscow-Bishkek relations.
Ex-CIA Whistleblower Edward Snowden’s Fate in China’s Hands
The whistleblower behind the NSA leaks has come forward. Will Beijing decide his fate?