The New Left Review talks to Joshua Wong, 18-year-old founder of the Scholarism student movement...
by Samuel Wade | Sep 16, 2013
South China Morning Post’s Alex Lo looks at Hobbesian arguments for America’s global...
by Samuel Wade | Dec 14, 2012
Prosecutors have dropped charges of inciting subversion against Chen Pingfu, a former teacher who became a street musician in order to pay medical bills. Chen subsequently wrote more than 300 online articles about abuses by...
by Sophie Beach | Apr 30, 2012
When protests broke out in the Arab world in 2010, leading to revolutions in some countries, Chinese leaders took note. Their concerns that rampant corruption and inequality could threaten the Party’s legitimacy is being...
by Scott Greene | Jan 19, 2012
A Chinese court sentenced writer Li Tie to 10 years in prison for subversion on Wednesday after he wrote essays urging people to defend their rights, according to a relative. From Reuters: The court in Wuhan in central China...
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