Beijing warned that Secretary of State Clinton's blunt remarks on Internet censorship could strain the U.S.-China relationship.
Internet giant Google said Wednesday that censorship efforts contributed to the company's threat to pull its business out of China. Jeffrey Brown talks to journalists for more.
During his visit to China, President Obama urged the government to scale back its censorship, but he also called for more cooperation with the U.S.
Political and religious leaders in Iran are dealing with vast changes in the country's society since the revolution 30 years ago, including President Obama's suggestion for dialogue. Lindsey Hilsum, of Independent Television News, reports.
Beijing is putting the final touches on preparations for the start of the Olympic Games on Aug. 8 -- but reporters are encountering Internet curbs despite expectations of open Web access for foreign journalists. A reporter and media expert weigh…
After eight years of firm rule, Russian President Vladimir Putin is bound by law to give up his position. But Sunday's election, in which his hand-picked successor is expected to cruise to victory, is being derided by some as simply…
Playwright Tom Stoppard's latest work, "Rock'n'Roll," takes a new look at Czechoslovakia's 1989 Velvet Revolution, which toppled the then Soviet-backed Communist government. Jeffrey Brown looks at Stoppard's inspirations and talks to actors about portraying his characters.
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