The Complexities of China’s Struggle For Justice
By Jerome A. Cohen and Chi Yin
A campaign against organized crime highlights the risks of China’s approach to law and order – but also reveals how Chinese experts continue to push for a better system.
How Do Sexual Harassment Claims Fare in China’s Courts?
By Darius Longarino, Yixin (Claire) Ren, and Changhao Wei
Without changes to how courts handle sexual harassment claims, the law is likely to continue to work in alleged harassers’ favor.
Should Murder Go Unpunished? China and Extradition, Part 2
By Jerome A. Cohen
Extradition from Western democracies to China is unpalatable, legally and morally. So what alternatives exist to see justice done?
China's Progress on Intellectual Property Rights (Yes, Really)
By William Weightman
Foreign firms have been slow to realize the substantial changes in China's protection of IP rights.