Into Thin Airwaves

How a handful of unknown Chinese martyrs aided the cause of freedom around the worldBy Ethan Gutmann Back in January 2010, Secretary of State Clinton gave a pay-any-price, bear-any-burden address calling for the liberation of the global Internet. The price Washington was willing to pay? It promised $50…

The Disease of Struggle

The common belief, rooted in the origins of communism, shared by today’s democracies By Joshua Philipp When the Soviet Union collapsed, Ryszard Legutko, the minister of education of Poland, had an impression shared by many as Poland transitioned from communism to democracy: It still felt like communism. “The…
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