The Guardian: articles translated into foreign languages
The Guardian has begun publishing a series of articles in foreign languages – including Russian, Estonian and Chinese – looking at global internet issues.
The translated articles, which are also available in English, are part a week-long series on the 'Battle for the internet' which looks at the challenges facing the dream of an open internet.
Today's articles include a piece in Mandarin on Chinese internet censorship, an Estonian-language piece on how the country has embraced the web and an article in Russian on the Kremlin's attitude to the 'western' internet
The foreign-language articles follow a similiar initiative last year, in which 72 Guardian articles were translated into Arabic - mostly covering the Arab Spring uprisings, but also some UK football reports.
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