... in my duty by not addressing Google's complicity in the Chinese government's censorship policies. But Thomas Lipscomb hasn't. Here's his E&P piece from last week: The Real Cost of Google's Sellout to China. And here's a follow-up piece of his as well: Congress Should Impose Trade Sanctions on Google-China Deal.
To be fair and balanced, though, here's James V. DeLong's Google Is Right on China.
But here, too, is Bruce Kessler's Can’t We All Get Along?!!!!!!!!!
My problem with DeLong's thesis is that it seems premissed on the assumption that the Chinese Communist Party is primarily concerned with liberalizing Chinese society and not primarily conerned with retaining its hold on power.