Uneven laws, confronting the Chinese Governement, top 5 Russian censorship moments, and more People & Society in FTN Daily #81, Thu, Jan 05, 2017

Vance Osterhout

Inciting

The Netherlands unevenly applies a law forbidding provocation. Theodore Dalrymple for City Journal

http://www.city-journal.org/html/incitement-hypocrisy-14916.html


Truth to power

Why Zhao Sile fights against the Chinese government. Rammie Chui and Zoe Lai for Global Voices Advocacy.

http://www.city-journal.org/html/incitement-hypocrisy-14916.html


HYPERBOLE!

Truth is boring. That can be problematic. Stefan Kanfer for City Journal.

http://www.city-journal.org/html/incitement-hypocrisy-14916.html


Russia’s Censorship Top 5

The most remarkable acts of censorship of 2016 in Russia. Natalie Duffy for Global Voices.

http://www.city-journal.org/html/incitement-hypocrisy-14916.html


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