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· February, 2006

Stories about Freedom of Speech from February, 2006

Belarus: Elections and the Atmosphere of Fear

Afghan Whispers

Afghan Reality encourages foreign forces such as Canadian soldiers stay in Afghanistan. The blogger says “Security. Security. Security. This is a persistent call for international assistance from the Afghan government,...

Malaysia: Blogger Probe

Kenya: press freedom

Indonesia: Terrorist Blogger

Malaysia: Its Own Cartoon Kerfuffle

Malaysia: Fairness of Freedom

Non Violence, Conservatism & Human Rights

Fanousian , a collective blog, has done an interview with Dr. Brian Martin writer in nonviolence, and associate professor in Science, Technology and Society at the University of Wollongong. This...

The silencing of Cayman Cop

Finally — a Caribbean blogging controversy. Involving a blogging policeman, a local newspaper and a witch hunt by an irate constabulary. In — of all places — the mild-mannered Cayman...

Democracy on Tabloid?

Russia: 50th Anniversary of Khrushchev's Speech

Afghan Whispers: Civil Society, Corruption & Secularism

Safrang writes about civil society in Afghanistan : “As the world is becoming a small but global village such proceedings not only entails scattering within the human family but also...

All Quiet on The Chinese Front

The topic of Internet and press censorship in China continued to draw heated debate after the US congressional hearing on this issue last week. Rebecca MacKinnon wrote a comprehensive review...

Political Posture on China in the US Congress

How to Take a Stand on Censorship in China?

Bahrain: When my People ban the Valentine

No Chinese Arrested for Internet Writing?

Iran: Word “Lovers “Filtered!

Joint-Declaration Advocating Press Freedom in China

Band Cancels Polish Tour

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