This Week In Free Expression

It seems no one is free from the tightening noose on free expression. This week in free expression news, the U.S. joins China, Myanmar, and Sri Lanka in threats… More

Journalists Sentenced to 10 Years in Myanmar

In a setback for Myanmar's move toward democracy, one editor and four journalists were sentenced to 10 years in prison for reporting on the alleged government seizure of land… More

PEN Takes Action, Beijing Takes Notice

Beijing is trying to intimidate and isolate Ilham Tohti’s supporters. These paranoid security measures are in inverse proportion to the solidity of the case against him. More

The Library in the Torture Center

Many of the countries represented in this year's FIFA World Cup—including finalist Argentina—have less than impressive track records when it comes to free speech. Martin Ezpeleta visits the Library… More