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Hong Kong Journalist Appears in Court Amid Concerns About Press Freedom

On November 10, a TV producer from Hong Kong appeared in court. Her crime — she is accused of making false statements to obtain...

The Conflict Between the Pandemic and Freedom

The COVID-19 outbreak has not only raised questions about the healthcare system, but also our freedoms as citizens of a country. Some argue that governments...

America Caps Employees Working in Beijing-Controlled Media Outlets

Days after the People’s Republic of China expelled three journalists for a “racist” op-ed headline run by The Wall Street Journal, The Trump administration has...

China and Vietnam Are the Worst Asian Countries for Journalists

The New York-based Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ) has released its annual report on the state of journalist safety in the world. The report...

China Taking Over African Media for Communist Propaganda

For Beijing, Africa represents a treasure trove of resources and a virgin market for its businesses. China’s investments in the continent have been criticized...

Chinese Embassy Officer Blatantly Threatens Italian Journalist During Xi’s Visit

During Xi Jinping’s recent visit to Italy, China signed several agreements related to the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) with the Italian government. However, Beijing...

Erdogan Leads Attack on Freedom of Speech in Turkey

With President Recep Tayyip Erdogan consolidating power within Turkey's administration, the crackdown on the press has become a common feature in the country. Any...

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