Since the Tiananmen Square massacre 30 years ago, China has achieved extraordinary economic development. Yet, contrary to the expectations of many Western leaders and analysts, the country has not gradually embraced press freedom or respect for civil rights. On the contrary: as a recent Reporters Without Borders (RSF) report shows, China today is actively working to build a repressive “new world media order” – an initiative that poses a clear and present danger to the world’s democracies. By Wu’er Kaixi and Christophe Deloire.
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Results for Reporters Without Borders
Thursday 21 April 2016
The 2016 World Press Freedom Index that was released by Reporters Sans Frontieres - Reporters Without Borders today, 20 April (in France), showed that there is a decline in respect for media freedom at both the global and regional levels.
Thursday 13 March 2008
"From now on, we will organise activities every 12 March to condemn cyber-censorship throughout the world," Reporters Without Borders said. "A response of this kind is needed to the growing tendency to crack down on bloggers and to close websites.
Friday 22 February 2008
Reporters Without Borders condemns the Fiji appeal court's harassment of Leone Cabenatabua, the editor of the Fiji Sun, and Virisila Buadromo, the head of the Fiji Women's Rights Movement, who were summoned and warned by the court on 12 February because of an article quoting Buadromo in that day's issue criticising the military-led government's appointment of new judges to the court.
Thursday 14 February 2008
Reporters Without Borders today accused public officials around the world of "impotence, cowardice and duplicity" in defending freedom of expression.
Wednesday 30 January 2008
Reporters Without Borders condemns the arrest of Fiji TV reporter Emily Moli and cameraman Shalendra Datt for "disobeying a police order" on 23 January, when they went to cover a dispute between the principal and administration of Rishikul Sanatan high school in Nasinu.