Category : Turkey

Josef Lada: Wall calendars

alt informationIn this issue, Index on Censorship explores the difference between the degrees of freedom of expression and censorship in Czechoslovakia over a decade.

China: Indiscreet thoughts of Fang Lizhi

alt informationIn this issue, Index interviews Academician Fang Lizhi, a vocal Chinese critic of democracy, human rights, students, and socialism within China.

Glasnost: Who benefits?

alt informationIn this issue, Index on Censorship magazine explores the mixed reaction to the Soviet Union's new policy of greater openness and "restructuring" proclaimed by the Gorbachev leadership.

Philippines: The press under Aquino

alt informationIn this issue, Index on Censorship magazine explores the mixed reaction to the Soviet Union's new policy of greater openness and "restructuring" proclaimed by the Gorbachev leadership.

Poland: Confession of a child of our time

alt informationIn this issue, Index includes a short story by author and dissident Andrzej Szczypiorski which explores love and other intrigues of life in Poland.

Turkey: Writers on trial

alt informationIn this issue, Index reports on the case of a large number of leading Turkish writers on trial in Istanbul who face long prison sentences if convicted.

Music is dangerous

alt informationIn this issue, Index examines the global censorship of music and its history from the time of Confucius to the present day.

Against the ideology of silence

alt informationIn this issue, Index publishes a piece by Jacobo Timerman, a distinguished newspaper editor, who outlines threats to human rights and freedom of expression.

China: The Peking spring

alt informationIn this issue, Index publishes excerpts from Wei Jinsheng's unfinished autobiographical account of the 'Great Cultural Revolution.'

Reporting Northern Ireland

alt informationIn this issue, Index investigates problems facing British TV reporters working in Ulster.

The 3 Marias

alt informationIn this issue, Index investigates the case of the 3 Marias in a Portuguese context and a Women's Lib context.