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Building a transparent Web between the US and China

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Published on Feb 3, 2014

Chinese protectionism in the digital media sphere has created a major underdiscussed trade gap between China and the United States, and the U.S. government must place more pressure on the Chinese government to open up the nation's media to foreign competition, according to a new paper from Rice University's Baker Institute for Public Policy.

The paper, "Building a Transparent Web: Transnational Social Media, Cybersecurity and Sino-U.S. Trade," was authored by Aynne Kokas, a fellow in Chinese media at the Baker Institute and a postdoctoral fellow at Rice's Chao Center for Asian Studies. It proposes a range of policy interventions the U.S. should undertake to address the imbalance.

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