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by Ursula (Ed.) Owen

Download After the Fall 1989-1999 (Index on Censorship, Volume 28 No. 5 September/October 1999) ePub
  • ISBN 0904286754
  • ISBN13 978-0904286755
  • Language English
  • Author Ursula (Ed.) Owen
  • Publisher Writers & Scholars International Ltd. (1999)
  • Pages 194
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  • Category Social Science
  • Subcategory Politics and Government
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Issue: volume 2. 5 september 1999. The Soviet army retreats from Afghanistan; the walls come tumbling down

Issue: volume 2. Untidy new world: 1989-1999. A wave of revolution, unexpected and uncontrolled, is gathering momentum on the fringes of the USSR. The Soviet army retreats from Afghanistan; the walls come tumbling down. But gradually the euphoria of 1989 is tamed by the tyranny of "market forces" and the global triumphalism of the USA. Index looks at the state of the world 10 years on and asks: Where is the peace dividend? Was the end of the Cold War just something we saw on television? And what was going on in the "rest of the world"?

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008: New Destinies Volume 8: Fall 1989. Where is My Son? Lighter Than Air: An Illustrated History of the Development of Hot-Air Ball. A Preface to Wilfred Owen. Communications Law 1999. Censorship: for & against Author: by Ursula (E. Owen. Title: After the Fall 1989-1999 (Index on Censorship, Volume 28 No. 5 September/October 1999).

The new Index on Censorship podcast is live! We interview Richard Hine, the man behind RealDonaldDrumpf - a Donald . It was part of the work we have done here from right after the murder of journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia (on 16th October 2017)

We also speak to Leonardo Bianchi, a reporter at Vice Italy. It was part of the work we have done here from right after the murder of journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia (on 16th October 2017). Since then we have campaigned in many different ways to ensure justice is done and that the truth is not buried.

Published 1999 by Index on Censorship. Index on Censorship,v.

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Censorship is often used to impose moral values on society, as in the censorship of material considered obscene. English novelist E. M. Forster was a staunch opponent of censoring material on the grounds that it was obscene or immoral, raising the issue of moral subjectivity and the constant changing of moral values. I do not think that it could be held obscene, but am in a difficulty here, for the reason that I have never been able to follow the legal definition of obscenity. The law tells me that obscenity may deprave and corrupt, but as far as I know, it offers no definition of depravity or corruption. Censorship by country.

The anti-censorship resolution has worried pro-Israel activists who know that librarians nationwide look to the ALA's resolutions for guidance when referring readers to information about the Middle East. Threats to the freedom of expression of any person become threats to the freedom of al. The debate on the topic "Israeli Censorship: There and Here" is scheduled for 8 to 11 . on Sunday, June 27. It has been organized by the American Library Association's Task Force on Israeli Censorship and Palestinian Libraries

In some cases, it is exercised by governing bodies but it is always and continuously carried out by the mass media. The visible motive of censorship is often to stabilize, improve, or persuade the societal group that the censoring organization would have control over. It is most commonly applied to acts that occur in public circumstances, and most formally involves the suppression of ideas by criminalizing or regulating expression.