China Cracks Down on International Journalists

It started out as a story about anonymous online calls for a "Jasmine Revolution," calls that, it must be noted, were not met with any notable enthusiasm from Chinese people. But it has turned into the story of China's nervousness about recent upheaval in the Middle East and north Africa and how this skittishness has changed the working landscape for international reporters in China. In the week since last Sunday's abortive protests, in which about a dozen journalists were detained or...Full Story
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