The Control of Information by Jamming Radio Broadcasts

  title={The Control of Information by Jamming Radio Broadcasts},
  author={Tapio Varis},
  journal={Cooperation and Conflict},
  pages={168 - 184}
  • T. Varis
  • Published 1 November 1970
  • Political Science
  • Cooperation and Conflict
The flow of information, between peoples is largely regulated by national governments. International communication happens mostly through foreign newspapers, tourists, and radio and television programs. It is not difficult to control tourists and the import of foreign newspapers. International law is inadequate with regard to the import and dissemination of foreign printed matter, and there are enormous differences between nations in permitting the dissemination of foreign printed matter… 
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