The latest from Freedom House:

Freedom on the Net 2018 evalúa la libertad de la red en 65 países, representando el 87 por ciento de los usuarios al nivel mundial.



The kingdom’s Shia Muslim minority has long suffered discrimination and violence by the state.

The right-wing candidate may well win the election, but his ability to govern is far less clear.

After a violent election, Paul Biya has extended his 36-year rule at the expense of the country’s stability.

In this issue: Foreign propaganda and economic censorship increase amid U.S.-China friction, Xinjiang crackdown fuels investment questions, Hong Kong expels foreign editor, and Beijing cashes in on Africa influence to restrict speech.