Putting its biennial International Publishers Congress program back on track, the IPA names Jakarta the site of its 2022 gathering.
With Nobel laureate Svetlana Alexievich declining to testify before the State Investigative Committee, Belarusian writers ask for support.
A Kuwaiti ministry no longer is to gauge content, as professors in the States worry about Chinese oversight of remote studies in Hong Kong.
The ongoing implementation of Beijing’s new national security law in Hong Kong reportedly includes the removal of published content.
IPA says the widow of murdered publisher Faisal Arefin Dipan in Bangladesh is in danger of losing his press as pandemic restrictions diminish revenues.
A Friday afternoon court hearing on the Trump challenge to John Bolton’s book produces no prior restraint, and Simon & Shuster thanks the International Publishers Association for its support.
Liberal Publishing House–specializing in politically charged content that Hanoi has tried to suppress–wins the IPA’s highest honor.
As the COVID-19 impact intensifies in prisons, the International Publishers Association again appeals to Egypt for Khaled Lotfy’s release.
The 33rd International Publishers Congress of the International Publishers Association, originally set for May 2020, has been canceled due to the coronavirus outbreak.
The 2020 shortlist for the IPA’s Prix Voltaire honors small publishers in Pakistan, Turkey, Malaysia, and Vietnam, each facing state disapproval.