China’s Crackdown Signals Shift

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China’s detention of government critics, including artist-activist Ai Weiwei, suggests that the country’s security services have convinced Communist Party leaders to redefine the limits of political dissent in potentially lasting ways to preserve the Party’s grip on power in the Internet age, analysts say.

The roundup of dozens of lawyers, journalists, bloggers and other activists since online protest appeals began circulating in China in mid-February is the latest—and in some ways the broadest—in a series of periodic clampdowns on those whom the Party sees as a threat to its rule…

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