In Xi’s words, cyber-sovereignty represents “the right of individual countries to independently choose their own path of cyber development, model of cyber regulation and Internet public policies, and participate in international cyberspace governance on an equal footing.”

China envisions a world of national Internets, with government control justified by the sovereign rights of states.

foreignaffairs.com/articles/ch

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@leolaporte : Actually, your academic interest in Chinese history is one of the things I remembered about your persona as a fan, but I'm a particular type of weirdo.

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