Chinese telecom giant Huawei retaliated against criminal charges from the U.S. this week with a...
rule by law
by Samuel Wade | Feb 24, 2016
China’s rulers unequivocally see the country’s legal system as an instrument of power. Those...
by Samuel Wade | Jul 18, 2014
Having described his eight-and-a-half hour detention last week to The New York Times’ Edward...
by Samuel Wade | Jun 15, 2014
In a pair of posts at The Diplomat, Shannon Tiezzi examines signs of a drive to regulate the...
by Samuel Wade | May 14, 2014
In a three-part conversation with China Law and Policy’s Elizabeth M. Lynch, the Chinese...
by Samuel Wade | May 12, 2014
Several sources have told the South China Morning Post that this year’s Party Central...
by Samuel Wade | Feb 4, 2014
At China Real Time, Stanley Lubman comments that the recent trials of Xu Zhiyong and other New...
by Mengyu Dong | Oct 29, 2013
With the 3rd Plenum of the 18th CCP Congress less than month away, Yu Zhengsheng, the No.4 member...
by Samuel Wade | May 30, 2011
At China Law & Policy, Elizabeth M. Lynch contrasts Professor Don Clarke’s recent essay about the Jasmine crackdown and China’s legal system with Li Tiantian’s explanation of her three-month disappearance,...
by Xiao Qiang | Dec 4, 2008
From the Wall Street Journal: As the 30-year anniversary of China’s reform and opening draws near, the Foreign Correspondents Club of Hong Kong Thursday hosted China legal expert extraordinaire Jerome Cohen, who discussed the...
by Xiao Qiang | Apr 11, 2007
Wang Lixiong is an author and independent thinker lives in Beijing. He published following essay on Boxun.com, translated by CDT: On the one hand the country must “stick to the Party’s leadership”, and on the...
by Xiao Qiang | Nov 28, 2005
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