Last week, The Economist surveyed the frequently conflated corporate, local, and central aspects...
by Samuel Wade | Oct 5, 2018
French authorities are investigating the disappearance of Meng Hongwei, the Interpol president and...
by Samuel Wade | Nov 16, 2016
On November 10, the international law enforcement organization Interpol announced the election of...
by Cindy | May 23, 2016
Speaking to top government officials during a policy reform meeting on Friday, Chinese President...
by Josh Rudolph | Apr 15, 2016
The following censorship instructions, issued to the media by government authorities, have been...
by Samuel Wade | Aug 12, 2014
At China Real Time, UC Berkeley law professor Stanley Lubman offers a brief introduction to the...
by Samuel Wade | Sep 21, 2013
At The Guardian, Charles Custer writes that although several kidnapped babies were rescued in...
by Samuel Wade | Jan 22, 2013
Beijing’s acting mayor has announced an array of new measures to combat air pollution in the city, following heavy smog that seeped hundreds of points off the scale this month. From Xinhua: The capital will take 180,000...
by Samuel Wade | Jul 15, 2011
This week saw the arrest of a local official in Guizhou who seemed likely to shrug off a rape accusation until the case caught the attention of Sina Weibo users. At Caixin, Shanghai-based lawyer Ding Jinkun recounts a similar...
by Sophie Beach | Dec 6, 2010
For the Wall Street Journal’s China Real TIme blog, Chinese law expert Stanley Lubman writes about why anti-pollution laws which are on the books are so difficult to enforce in China: There are numerous reasons why...
by Sophie Beach | Dec 27, 2007
The soon-to-be-enforced labor law is not just a hot topic of discussion, but is also a source of some bloody contention. We get a glimpse of the debate here, from the Los Angeles Times:
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