Seven months after being detained by Chinese authorities shortly after landing in Guangzhou, Yang Hengjun was last week formally arrested on espionage charges. At CNN, Angus Watson and Steven Jiang report: His charges were announced by the Australian government. Yang’s Melbourne-based...
by Samuel Wade | Mar 21, 2017
The Globe and Mail’s Nathan VanderKlippe reported on Monday on a letter to Beijing from 11...
by Sophie Beach | Mar 2, 2017
Following the sweeping “709” crackdown on dozens of rights lawyers and activists in...
by Samuel Wade | Jan 29, 2017
Developments in the crackdown on rights lawyers that began with the “Black Friday” or “709” sweep...
by Sophie Beach | Jan 3, 2017
Peter Dahlin, a Swedish human rights worker who was detained in China last January before being...
by Samuel Wade | Feb 24, 2016
China’s rulers unequivocally see the country’s legal system as an instrument of power. Those...
by Cindy | Feb 1, 2016
At TIME, Rishi Iyengar reports that Pastor Gu Yuese of Zhejiang’s Chongyi Church has been...
by Samuel Wade | Jan 14, 2016
The following censorship instructions, issued to the media by government authorities, have been...
by Samuel Wade | Jan 11, 2016
Six months after the “Black Friday” crackdown in which more than 200 Chinese rights...
by Josh Rudolph | Dec 22, 2015
The following Internet commentary instructions, issued to the media by government authorities,...
by Josh Rudolph | Dec 10, 2015
While central authorities have claimed that criminal justice reforms since 2008 have helped...
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