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Why Are Chinese Courts Turning to AI?
January 19, 2019

Why Are Chinese Courts Turning to AI?

By Meng Yu and Guodong Du
A drive to standardize judgments for “similar cases” has courts experimenting with big data and AI.

Interview: Jerome Cohen
September 01, 2016

Interview: Jerome Cohen

By Maurits Elen
Jerome Cohen, Professor of Law at New York University, on legal reform, human rights and judicial independence in China.
What Did China's Top Graft-Buster Have to Say to Francis Fukuyama?
May 19, 2015

What Did China's Top Graft-Buster Have to Say to Francis Fukuyama?

By Yang Hengjun
Wang Qishan's conversation with foreign experts reveals a lot about the governing strategies of China's current leaders.

China's Master Plan for Remaking Its Courts
March 26, 2015

China's Master Plan for Remaking Its Courts

By Susan Finder
Analyzing the Supreme People's Court's outline for reforming China's courts.

China’s Anti-Corruption Org Seeks ‘Hidden Tigers’
February 27, 2015

China’s Anti-Corruption Org Seeks ‘Hidden Tigers’

By Shannon Tiezzi
Plus, China’s travel rush, legal reforms, the South China Sea, and China in the Middle East. Friday China links.

Shoring up the 'Rule of Law' in China's Military
February 04, 2015

Shoring up the 'Rule of Law' in China's Military

By Susan Finder
Chinese authorities are revamping the military legal system to promote the rule of law and weed out corruption.

In China, a Move Away From Conviction Quotas
January 23, 2015

In China, a Move Away From Conviction Quotas

By Shannon Tiezzi
As part of its "rule of law" push, China is reconsidering how judges are evaluated.
Is China Rethinking the Death Penalty?
November 26, 2014

Is China Rethinking the Death Penalty?

By Shannon Tiezzi
Proposed reforms could continue the trend of decreasing executions in China.

China's 4th Plenum: Rule of Law Under the Party
November 01, 2014

China's 4th Plenum: Rule of Law Under the Party

By Ankit Panda and Zachary Keck
U.S. editors Ankit Panda and Zachary Keck are joined by Shannon Tiezzi to discuss China's fourth plenum.

4 Things We Learned from China’s 4th Plenum
October 23, 2014

4 Things We Learned from China’s 4th Plenum

By Shannon Tiezzi
Parsing China's next steps in establishing the "rule of law."

Could China's 'Rule of Law' Lead to Constitutionalism?
October 23, 2014

Could China's 'Rule of Law' Lead to Constitutionalism?

By Shannon Tiezzi
Official proclamations about the Fourth Plenum include intriguing references to limiting political power.
Beijing's Blueprint for Judicial Reform
July 12, 2014

Beijing's Blueprint for Judicial Reform

By Shannon Tiezzi
The Supreme People's Court outlined reforms to increase judicial professionalism and independence.

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