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With the Liberal West in Decline, Will China Be Given Free Rein?
December 14, 2017
With the Liberal West in Decline, Will China Be Given Free Rein?
A leaderless liberal West seems increasingly willing to defer to China, even if it compromises liberal values at home.
With the Liberal West in Decline, Will China Be Given Free Rein?
China’s Stealthy Holiday Crackdowns
December 14, 2017
China’s Stealthy Holiday Crackdowns
Dissident convictions and acts of censorship seem timed to avoid lumps of coal from international observers.
China’s Stealthy Holiday Crackdowns
China Promotes Human Rights 'With Chinese Characteristics'
December 12, 2017
China Promotes Human Rights 'With Chinese Characteristics'
Ahead of Human Rights Day, China hosted a human rights forum for developing countries.
China Promotes Human Rights 'With Chinese Characteristics'
Taiwan’s Human Rights Revolution and China’s Devolution
October 03, 2017
Taiwan’s Human Rights Revolution and China’s Devolution
There is an increasing divergence between China and Taiwan with respect to protecting human rights.
Taiwan’s Human Rights Revolution and China’s Devolution
Why Should We Pay Attention to China’s Televised Confessions?
September 23, 2017
Why Should We Pay Attention to China’s Televised Confessions?
If we want to understand China, the recent televised trial of a Taiwanese human rights advocate is a good place to start.
Why Should We Pay Attention to China’s Televised Confessions?
Has China Really Made Great Progress on Human Rights?
September 16, 2017
Has China Really Made Great Progress on Human Rights?
As the 19th Party Congress approaches, China has compiled a book on great achievements in human rights.
Has China Really Made Great Progress on Human Rights?
China’s War on Dissent
August 30, 2017
China’s War on Dissent
Detained activists have two choices: vanish or confess.
China’s War on Dissent
Liu Xiaobo Wasn’t China’s Only Prisoner of Conscience
July 28, 2017
Liu Xiaobo Wasn’t China’s Only Prisoner of Conscience
The best way to honor his memory is to press China to end torture and free other dissidents.
Liu Xiaobo Wasn’t China’s Only Prisoner of Conscience
How China Wound up Outside the International Human Rights Debate
May 22, 2017
How China Wound up Outside the International Human Rights Debate
As China's global role grows, it's increasingly important to speak out about the country's human rights issues.
How China Wound up Outside the International Human Rights Debate
What’s on the Agenda for the Trump-Xi Meeting?
April 06, 2017
What’s on the Agenda for the Trump-Xi Meeting?
To no one's surprise, trade and North Korea top the list. What else will make it into the conversations?
What’s on the Agenda for the Trump-Xi Meeting?
A Civil Code for China: A Great Leap Forward for the Rule of Law
March 30, 2017
A Civil Code for China: A Great Leap Forward for the Rule of Law
China has a chance to improve rule of law by securing property, family, and personal rights.
A Civil Code for China: A Great Leap Forward for the Rule of Law
Why and How Tillerson Should Address Human Rights on China Visit
March 15, 2017
Why and How Tillerson Should Address Human Rights on China Visit
Raising human rights concerns on his first trip to China (or failing to do so) will send a strong message.
Why and How Tillerson Should Address Human Rights on China Visit
China's Human Rights Crackdown: A Global Problem
March 10, 2017
China's Human Rights Crackdown: A Global Problem
“This is about China actively extending its control beyond its borders."
China's Human Rights Crackdown: A Global Problem
Badiucao: Challenging China With Political Cartoons
March 02, 2017
Badiucao: Challenging China With Political Cartoons
How one artist pushes back.
Badiucao: Challenging China With Political Cartoons
The Right Way to Confront China
February 16, 2017
The Right Way to Confront China
Recent moves toward a more traditional China policy are welcome, but not enough to meet the challenge from Beijing.
The Right Way to Confront China
The Pitfalls of Law Enforcement Cooperation With China
January 21, 2017
The Pitfalls of Law Enforcement Cooperation With China
Europe's police and judicial cooperation with China raises difficult questions, especially with regard to extradition.
The Pitfalls of Law Enforcement Cooperation With China
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