Call for Papers on Internet Governance

From Rogier Creemers and the Chinalaw listserve run by Don Clarke comes the attached call for papers on Internet governance in China for China Perspectives.  China Perspectives is an anonymously peer-reviewed academic journal written in French and English.   The Call for Papers (http://wp.me/p1ZQFA-BW) notes that “Chinese positions carry increasing weight on such global issues as net neutrality, copyright, privacy, or freedom of speech, to mention but a few” and that this journal thus “plans to publish a special feature on Internet governance in China, which will cover these aspects from a multidisciplinary perspective, including law, political science, political economy, political sociology, communication, or international relations.”