August 13, 2020
The Misuse of China’s Mental Hospitals
By Chi Yin and Jerome A.Cohen
Feng Xiaoyan’s case shows how practices of involuntary hospitalization and adult guardianship can combine to lock away unfortunate victims – sometimes for life.
August 12, 2020
Did Nigeria Really Cede Its Sovereignty to China in a Loan Agreement?
By Laure Deron
A legal review of the public debate sparked by a Nigeria-China commercial loan agreement.
August 11, 2020
The Road to ‘Red Hong Kong’?
By Shin Kawashima
Hong Kong’s traditional role is changing.
August 10, 2020
Hong Kong Newspaper Raided, Tycoon Detained Under New National Security Law
By Associated Press
Jimmy Lai, a long-time critic of the CCP, was arrested and his group’s offices raided in the first time the new law was used to target media.
August 08, 2020
China’s Legal Blitzkrieg in Hong Kong
By Ming-Sung Kuo
Beijing’s putsch in Hong Kong through legislation is executed in a way that maximum shock and awe can be felt in the world.
August 07, 2020
The New US Cyber Policy Has Serious Bite for Chinese Firms
By Chauncey Jung
Mike Pompeo’s announcement will hit Chinese internet companies at their most vulnerable spots.
August 07, 2020
US Health Secretary Alex Azar to Visit Taiwan in Rare Cabinet-Level Exchange
By Nick Aspinwall
Azar plans to meet with several top officials to promote U.S.-Taiwan cooperation on the COVID-19 pandemic.
August 06, 2020
A Very British Dodge on Huawei
By Michito Tsuruoka
How London has tried to evade US pressure on China
August 05, 2020
China, Climate Change, and COVID-19: An Interview With Kevin Rudd
By Jongsoo Lee
The former Australian prime minister discusses the challenges facing the Indo-Pacific, including the many facets of China’s rise.
August 04, 2020
Who Will Be China’s Next Premier?
By Andrei Lungu
Because of the focus on what Xi will do in 2022, an important question has been ignored: who will take Li Keqiang’s place?
August 03, 2020
The US-China Relationship Is a Shakespearean Tragedy
By Zheng Wang
We are silently witnessing the biggest strategic misjudgment in history: Two superpowers are sliding toward conflict when they still share huge common interests.
August 01, 2020
Hong Kong’s Elections Were Already Rigged. Now They Won’t Happen.
By Shannon Tiezzi
Stacking the deck against pro-democrats apparently wasn’t enough for the Hong Kong government.