Egypt's uprising may one day extend to China

  • Thu, 02/17/2011 - 11:00

While the resignation of Egypt's authoritarian President Hosni Mubarak may have only set the course for the difficult transition to democracy for Egypt, 11 February 2011 will be remembered as the day the people triumphed.

China's Hooligan Government

  • Thu, 02/17/2011 - 11:00

Chairman Mao said that power grows out of the barrel of the gun, and Chinese authorities have never shied away from using violence against anyone who has stepped out of line. 

Smokin' hot babe spells trouble even if she is 4,000 years old

  • Wed, 02/16/2011 - 11:00

SHH! This is TOP SECRET. A cute blonde tourist is causing problems in Beijing's halls of power. No, she hasn't had an affair with any of China's top leaders. There are many adjectives one can use to describe those guys, but "sexy" no.

Moving Eastward

  • Wed, 02/16/2011 - 11:00

Is China the next domino? Like Mubarak’s regime, the Chinese government relies on harsh measures to put down calls for democratic reform. Like Egypt, China is plagued by a huge gap between rich and poor, rampant corruption, rising prices of basic foods and high unemployment rates among recent university graduates.

China can attack India by 2014

  • Mon, 02/14/2011 - 11:00

China can launch an attack on India by 2014.Defence experts warned that China will attack India by 2014 to divert the attention of its own people from "unprecedented" internal dissent, growing unemployment and financial problems that are threatening the hold of Communists in that country.

Google, China, and Chinese College Students

  • Mon, 02/14/2011 - 11:00

Just over a year ago in January, Google first announced its potential departure from China in a blog post called "A new approach to China" -- Google's reaction to China's attempts "to further limit free speech on the web" and to cyber attacks Google determined had originated in China. Of course, there was much discussion here.

The Internet, Social Media and Mubarak's Dangerous Game

  • Tue, 02/08/2011 - 11:00

Events in Cairo are also rattling windows far away from the Middle East. In Washington, D.C., co-authors of the Protecting Cyberspace as a National Asset Act, which would allow a sitting U.S. president to shut down the Internet if it came under attack, called a press conference to insist the legislation was in no way similar to the actions of the Mubarak government.

Social media as a tool for protest

  • Tue, 02/08/2011 - 11:00

The key for any protest movement is to inspire and motivate individuals to go from the comfort of their homes to the chaos of the streets and face off against the government

How China's Official Media Covers Egyptian Unrest

  • Tue, 02/08/2011 - 11:00

While throughout the world people have watched media reports detailing the massive anti-government protests in Egypt that began on Jan. 25, in China the media reports have been either minimal or misleading and online discussions have been closed.

The Technology of Counterrevolution

  • Mon, 02/07/2011 - 11:00

The Web helps reformers, but Egypt's autocrats are using it for their own ends.