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Source: CommonWealth Magazine THE UNIVERSITY OF MASSACHUSETTS BOSTON has severed its ties with the Confucius Institute, an on-campus academic center funded by the Chinese government that has stirred controversy on campus and among some Massachusetts politicians. Katherine Newman, the interim chancellor at UMass...

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We are hearing the news that Google has decided to hold off Project Dragonfly due to mounting pressure on the company. Over the last few months, there has been intense internal resistance and global outrage against Google’s controversial plans to build a censored search platform...

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASEDecember 12, 2018 Contact:Dorjee Tseten, Executive Director, Students for a Free Tibet +1 (646) 753-3889Lhadon Tethong, Director, Tibet Action Institute +1 (917) 418-4181 NEW YORK - Tibetans and supporters around the world today celebrated the passage of historic legislation in...

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Google CEO Sundar Pichai came under fire from lawmakers on Tuesday over the company’s secretive plan to launch a censored search engine in China. During a hearing held by the House Judiciary Committee, Pichai faced sustained questions over the China plan, known...

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Yesterday, the United States Senate Foreign Relations Committee unanimously approved the Reciprocal Access to Tibet Act. The bill now goes to the Senate floor, which is the last step before it is sent to the President to sign. The progress of this...

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Today, at China’s third Universal Periodic Review at the United Nations, 13 member states stood up for Tibet, including Australia, Austria, Belgium, Canada, Denmark, France, Germany, Japan, New Zealand, Sweden, Switzerland, the United Kingdom, and the United States. Nine of these states (Australia, Canada,...

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