Reaction to Inaction: The United States and Chinese Censorship

Between 2004 and 2010, the American government focused attention on problems associated with Chinese Internet censorship. In the past six years, United States government interest in this issue has largely diminished. There are several potential explanations for declining interest, none of which is entirely sufficient to justify what should be a strong and vocal position against censorship from the United States government. Censorship in China continues virtually unabated.

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