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One of the most nerve-racking dilemmas the Chinese government faces is reconciling the need for openness in the media with the dangers such openness portends for party control.

Issue: Fall 1997

It has become clear in recent years that one of the most nerve-racking dilemmas that Chinese government officials face is reconciling the need for openness in the media with the inherent dangers such openness portends for party control. This is an especially vexing problem when it comes to dealing with Western telecommunications companies.

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