Turkey Releases One Writer, Two Remain in Prison as Trial Drags on
As demonstrations in Istanbul and other cities in Turkey continue, several trials against writers and journalists, some of which opened nearly four years ago, remain ongoing.
Obama’s Surveillance State
BY Suzanne Nossel
The trauma of the wrongly accused is not the only damage wrought by massive and intrusive surveillance; these programs may also harm those who are watched accidentally and mindlessly as a...
Ben Greenman reads "Blurbs" and from The Slippage
PEN Member Ben Greenman reads from his work at WORD Bookstore in Greenpoint, Brooklyn.
The PEN Report: Creativity and Constraint in Today's China
Five years of research and targeted advocacy on behalf of writers and journalists who have been censored or persecuted for their work in the People’s Republic of China.
Censorship and Power in Iran
Jon Stewart, Maziar Bahari, and Joel Simon explore the political, social, and personal implications of criminalizing the press, the impact of press freedom violations on upcoming elections, and...
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