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China’s Imploding Pressure Cooker: Xinfang Petitions
July 16, 2015
China’s Imploding Pressure Cooker: Xinfang Petitions
The petition system plays an important role, but is seriously underpowered.
China’s Imploding Pressure Cooker: Xinfang Petitions
China’s Reappearing Murder Victims
May 08, 2014
China’s Reappearing Murder Victims
When the victim of a ‘murder’ reappears, it shines an unforgiving light on a country's system of justice.
China’s Reappearing Murder Victims
Japanese Shipping Firm Pays WW2-Era Debt
April 25, 2014
Japanese Shipping Firm Pays WW2-Era Debt
Plus, an inside look at China's "black jails" and a difference of opinion on the U.S. role in Asia. Friday China links.
Japanese Shipping Firm Pays WW2-Era Debt
China Seeks to Protect Petitioners
March 21, 2014
China Seeks to Protect Petitioners
China is reiterating previous calls to provide better treatment for petitioners, but how far will the reforms go?
China Seeks to Protect Petitioners
Re-evaluating Local Officials Key to China's Reforms
December 10, 2013
Re-evaluating Local Officials Key to China's Reforms
China is changing the way it evaluates local officials, a sign that it's serious about implementing reforms.
Re-evaluating Local Officials Key to China's Reforms
The Plight of China’s Petitioners
August 27, 2013
The Plight of China’s Petitioners
“You detain me illegally and you say I am illegal? Why don’t you just give me a bullet and let me die?”
The Plight of China’s Petitioners
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