Following Beijing’s tradition of sentencing high-profile activists, rights lawyers, and dissidents during the week between Christmas and the New Year in an effort to minimize international media attention, more than 12...
by Samuel Wade | Jul 18, 2017
Rights lawyer, civil society activist, and New Citizens’ Movement founder Xu Zhiyong left...
by Josh Rudolph | May 21, 2015
Overseas political news website Boxun obtained a purported memo from a telephone conference of the...
by Josh Rudolph | Jan 6, 2015
After being detained on suspicion of “picking quarrels” in October, scholar Guo...
by Samuel Wade | Oct 30, 2014
A joint letter from nine organizations urges President Barack Obama to publicly emphasize human...
by Sophie Beach | Oct 12, 2014
Scholar Guo Yushan, who played an instrumental role in helping Chen Guangcheng escape his house...
by Samuel Wade | Jun 18, 2014
New Citizens’ Movement activists Liu Ping and Wei Zhongping were each sentenced to six and a...
by Samuel Wade | May 14, 2014
In a three-part conversation with China Law and Policy’s Elizabeth M. Lynch, the Chinese...
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