The Internet and Political Control in Singapore
Garry Rodan investigates the political implications of the Internet in Singapore, where authorities have embarked on an ambitious attempt to restrain the liberalizing impact of the new technology. His findings contradict popular expectations of the Internet necessarily aiding the erosion of authoritarian rule.
Open Networks, Closed Regimes: The Impact of the Internet on Authoritarian Rule, Shanthi Kalathil and Taylor C. Boas ; The e-Connected World: Risks and Opportunities, Stephen Coleman Reviewed by Garry Rodan
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