Tag Archives: press freedom

Travelogue: Singapore Utopia

The upright and welcoming jewel of Southeast Asia.

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NSA on Steroids: Georgia Republic’s Mass Surveillance

The Republic of Georgia offers an object lesson on the dangers of an out-of-control security apparatus.

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Press Freedom in the G-20

Which country in the G-20, after China and Saudi Arabia, have the worst records on press freedom? Is it Turkey, Russia, India or Mexico?

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Dateline Shenzhen: Hu Wants My Wallet

Despite the country’s astounding recent economic success, how is China living in the years 2010 and 1980 simultaneously?

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Dateline South Africa: A Rational Approach to Responsible Media

What would be the best way to monitor South Africa’s media while not compromising citizens’ rights to information?

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South Africa Post-World Cup: All's Well — or Hello Orwell?

Is South Africa experiencing a surge of freedom after the World Cup hype — or is it regressing to apartheid-era laws?

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Putin and the Dawn of the New Authoritarians

How are autocrats from Russia to Pakistan using the media to perpetuate their hold on power?

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