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40 Years of Index on Censorship V41 N1

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March 2012 | 192 pages | SAGE Publications Ltd
Index on Censorship hits 40 with a special anniversary issue featuring its finest contributors. From celebrated Russian author Mikhail Bulgakov's diary to Chinese activist Chen Wei's online essay, the medium may have changed over four decades, but the message remains the same - as do the methods for silencing writers, whistleblowers, artists and protesters. Index examines the challenges for free speech today, looks back at the watersheds since 1972 and asks leading activists, journalists and writers around the world for their manifestos for a more outspoken world.

Index on Censorship is an award-winning magazine, devoted to protecting and promoting free expression. International in outlook, outspoken in comment, Index on Censorship reports on free expression violations around the world, publishes banned writing and shines a light on vital free expression issues through original, challenging and intelligent commentary and analysis, publishing some of the world's finest writers.

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Jo Glanville
Editorial
Robert Mccrum
Grit in the Engine: A Brief History of Index
Solzhenitsyn
From the Archive: Tight Is the Circle
Michael Scammell
The Long View: Dissident Number One
Aung San Suu Kyi
Manifesto: In The Name Of Freedom of Speech
Adam Michnik
From the Archive: Anatomy of Dictatorship
Kenan Malik
Limits of Freedom: Reflections on A Watershed
Flemming Rose
Tyranny of Silence: On Hate Speech and Responsibility
Salman Rushdie
From the Archive: Last Chance?
Kamila Shamsie
Manifesto: Pakistan: News Charade
Abbas
Art of Censorship: A Culture of Silence
Maziar Bahari
Manifesto: Iran: Making the People Count
Martin Rowson
Stripsearch
Irena Maryniak
Codes Of Conduct: Russia's Hidden Network of Relations
Ludvík Vakulík
The Long View: A Formative Encounter
Andrej Dynko
Manifesto: Belarus: Cyber Holes
Philip Spender
The Long View: The Legacy of George Theiner
Chen Wei
Thoughts on Fasting: An Essay That Led to a Prison Sentence
Rebecca Mackinnon
Manifesto: The Future of Internet Freedom
Zeina Aboul Hosn
Lost Images: A Letter to the Syrian Secret Police
Naji Al Ali
From The Archive: Powerful Weapons
Chris Soghoian
Manifesto: New Tactics
Kaya Genç
Shadow of Dissent: Voices of the Brave
Emin Milli
Manifesto: Azerbaijan: Breaking the Silence
Don Mattera
From the Archive: Persona Non Grata
Buya Jammeh
Manifesto: The Gambia: All Change
Nadine Gordimer
From the Archive: Standing in the Queue
Nic Dawes
Manifesto: South Africa: A Critical Battle
Judith Vidal-Hall
The Long View: The Death of Censorship
Sidiqullah Tauhidi
Manifesto: Afghanistan: Bird On a Wing
Eduardo Galeano
From the Archive: Voices of Hope
Jorge Olivera Castillo
Bad Luck: The Curse of Good Fortune in Cuba
Andrew Graham-Yool
The Long View: Literary Secrets from the Kgb Headquarters
Mikhail Bulgakov
From the Archive: Under the Iron Heel
Ana Arana
Manifesto: News from Mexico
Ariel Dorfman
Out of the Dark: An Extract from the New Play
Veran Matic
Manifesto: Serbia: Necessary Danger
Ursula Owen
The Long View: The Price of Hate Speech
Alexander Abdo
Manifesto: Us: Speech Crimes
Tony Geraghty
From the Archive: Blair's Labyrinth

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Jo Glanville

Jo Glanville is Director of English PEN and joined the organization in September 2012 from Index on Censorship, where she served as an award-winning Editor since 2006.  More About Author

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