This week, the Beijing-based Unirule Institute of Economics announced that it would close after years of official pressure including the deletion of social media accounts and an eviction last summer during which the doors of its offices were welded shut, temporarily trapping staff inside. The...
by Samuel Wade | Oct 24, 2018
On Monday, South China Morning Post’s Jane Cai reported various deficiencies in the advice...
by zctph48 | Jul 12, 2018
On Tuesday, one of China’s last remaining liberal think-tanks, Unirule, was evicted from its...
by Josh Rudolph | Jan 6, 2015
After being detained on suspicion of “picking quarrels” in October, scholar Guo...
by Sophie Beach | Feb 21, 2010
ChinaGeeks translates an article by Zhang Boshu, political philosopher and constitutional scholar, about his experiences at the China Academy of Social Sciences: Since CASS engages in social sciences, it should of course be a...
by Liu Yong | Jun 5, 2009
From New York Times: A group of prominent Chinese lawyers and legal scholars have released a research report arguing that the Tibetan riots and protests of March 2008 were rooted in legitimate grievances brought about by failed...
by Xiao Qiang | May 20, 2009
From foolsmountain blog: Chinese think-tank (公盟法律研究中心/Beijing Gongmeng Consulting Co., Ltd. ) established by Beijing University law professors, and joined by several Beijing economics professors. Following the unrest and...
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