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Pakistan: The Press for Change

A Special Report

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CPJ is made up of about 40 experts around the world, with headquarters in New York City.    View MoreView Less    EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR Joel Simon    Joel Simon has been executive director of the Committee to Protect Journalists since 2006. Simon has led the organization through a period of expansion, notably in recent years,…

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CPJ’s board of directors is primarily comprised of some of the world’s most influential and respected journalists. They provide strategic guidance to the organization, participate in advocacy missions, and facilitate meetings, including some with high-level government officials.       View MoreView Less   Chair Kathleen Carroll         Kathleen Carroll is a…

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Speaking Out: Postwar Journalism in Guatemala and El Salvador

Guatemala and El Salvador have both emerged from bloody civil wars fought between conservative central governments and leftist insurgents. And in both countries, the press is beginning to show signs of independence.

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Press Freedom Under the Dragon Can Hong Kong’s Media Still Breathe Fire?

| CPJ Home | Report a Journalist in Trouble |      Freedom Under the Dragon 

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The Case of Jimmy Lai: Hong Kong’s Press Freedom Canary?

Those looking to take the measure of China’s attitude toward Hong Kong’s outspoken press may not need to wait for macroeconomic changes. Beijing has already expressed its distaste for Hong Kong’s independent journalism in the case of media magnate Jimmy Lai. The flamboyant millionaire has built a media empire in a very short time by…

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A Hong Kong Newspaper Softens Its Voice Like Many Others in Colony, Ming Pao Hews Closer to Beijing¹s Line

Like Many Others in Colony, Ming Pao Hews Closer to Beijing’s Line

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Hong Kong Newspaper Softens Its Voice

Like Many Others in Colony, Ming Pao Hews Closer to Beijing’s Line

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Belarus’ Lukashenko Escalates His War On The Media

With his sights set firmly on integration with Russia, President Alexander Lukashenko has intensified his efforts to stifle the independent and opposition media in Belarus. In the days surrounding the April 2 signing in Moscow of the second treaty on integration with Russia in two years, Lukashenko reached new heights, even by his own standards,…

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