April 19, 2007

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Chinese bloggers, free speech and Hong Kong's election

Highlights from the latest China Brief from the Jamestown Foundation:

1. China's media controls: could bloggers make a difference?...the answer is largely no, but it has this great line: "China's leaders judge the news based upon whether it supports or undermines their power."

2. In a related article, Thomas Kellog on the anti-sedition speech debate and media law reform, although it's kind of tautalogical to debate free speech.

3. Civic Exchange's Christine Loh on Hong Kong's pretend election.

posted by Simon on 04.19.07 at 05:02 PM in the China brief category.


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