Vietnamese authorities have increased their attacks on civil freedoms, focusing on journalists and media outlets in particular.
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Sunday, Sri Lanka enforced a temporary social media ban nationwide to quell public unrest sparked by unprecedented economic hardship.
The death of an 86-year-old lama named Tulku Dawa in Lhasa, Tibet, was recently revealed, despite China’s efforts to keep it hidden.
Online platforms in China are awash with Russian propaganda on the Ukraine conflict, Beijing’s attempt to stoke anti-Western feelings.
During the recent Armed Forces Day parade in Myanmar, the country’s junta leader, Min Aung Hlaing, made threats to democracy activists.
After years of helping Putin dominate Russia, it is critical to assess the power that the oligarchs have over him has he attacks Ukraine.
Le Van Dung is just one of several journalists who have been detained in recent months as Vietnamese authorities step up censorship.
After attending a pro-Tibet benefit event, Keanu Reeves, the “Matrix” star’s filmography was removed from Chinese streaming services.
Nearly a million East Timorese voted for a new president amid a political crisis and economic uncertainty in Asia’s youngest nation.
Russian prosecutors asked a court to sentence Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny to 13 years on charges of fraud and contempt of court.