It's bad enough with supposedly unbiased news outlets in the U.S. shill for one political ideology over another, but when an American newspaper becomes an advocate for a foreign rival, that's over the line.
That's the opinion, at least, of a number of journalists and media experts who are questioning the ethics - and legality - of the publication of what they call little more than Chinese propaganda by the Washington Post
The paper's China Watch publication, a print and online advertising supplement that purports to present news and information about the Asian economic giant, instead hosts a number of articles portraying the Chinese government favorably, especially in relation to its human rights record.
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