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Publications

The Long Shadow of Chinese Censorship: How the Communist...

The Long Shadow of Chinese Censorship: How the Communist Party’s Media Restrictions Affect News Outlets Around the World provides a survey of this phenomenon and its recent evolution as it pertains to the news media sector, though similar dynamics also affect the film, litera...

CCTV's International Expansion: China's Grand Strategy f...

  China Central Television has come a long ways since its founding as a domestic party propaganda outlet in 1958. The domestic service has been supplemented by an international service, boasting three major global offices in Beijing, Washington, and Nairobi, and more than...

Challenges for Independent News Media in Pakistan

CIMA is pleased to release its latest report, Challenges for Independent News Media in Pakistan, by Sherry Ricchiardi, a veteran journalist, journalism professor, and media consultant. For two years running, Pakistan has been ranked by international media monitors as the most dan...

Winds From the East: How the People's Republic of China ...

CIMA is pleased to release a new report, Winds From the East: How the People’s Republic of China Seeks to Influence the Media in Africa, Latin America, and Southeast Asia. The report examines the Chinese government’s efforts to reshape much of the world’s media in its own i...