Before the South China Morning Post, Rachel worked as a reporter at the Evening Standard in London.
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Furthermore, whilst some of its provisions are considered to form part of customary international law, there is dispute as to which.
Freedom of speech is granted unambiguous protection in international law by the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights which is binding on around 150 nations.
Photographs showing figures raise pertinent issues of identity: how the gaze of the camera, photographer and viewer is returned by the subject, and the balance of power which that interaction implies.