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Will China’s New National Security Law Be the ‘Anti-Virus’ Software That Locks Down Hong Kong?
June 17, 2020

Will China’s New National Security Law Be the ‘Anti-Virus’ Software That Locks Down Hong Kong?

By Jerome A. Cohen
Parsing the legislative, judicial, and law enforcement implications of the NPC’s “bombshell” decision.

China Is Taking Patents Seriously. The World Should Take Notice.
December 12, 2019

China Is Taking Patents Seriously. The World Should Take Notice.

By Bonnie Girard
China has spent 35 years quietly building a patent system that BRI is now helping to extend.
Xi: China Must Never Adopt Constitutionalism, Separation of Powers, or Judicial Independence
February 19, 2019

Xi: China Must Never Adopt Constitutionalism, Separation of Powers, or Judicial Independence

By Charlotte Gao
The Chinese president calls for strengthening the Communist Party’s leadership over law in China.

Meng Hongwei and the Rule of Law With Chinese Characteristics
October 09, 2018

Meng Hongwei and the Rule of Law With Chinese Characteristics

By Bonnie Girard
The former Interpol chief is the latest example of China’s problematic justice system.

Abrupt Detention of Meng Hongwei Further Damages China's International Reputation
October 09, 2018

Abrupt Detention of Meng Hongwei Further Damages China's International Reputation

By Charlotte Gao
Meng, like all other Chinese citizens, deserves procedural justice, one core value of the rule of law which China often ignores.

Sentenced to 18 Years in Prison, Anbang’s Founder Appeals
June 01, 2018

Sentenced to 18 Years in Prison, Anbang’s Founder Appeals

By Charlotte Gao
Wu Xiaohui, once a high-profile Chinese tycoon, decides to fight to the end.

What’s So Controversial About China’s New Anti-Corruption Body?
May 30, 2018

What’s So Controversial About China’s New Anti-Corruption Body?

By Jamie P. Horsley
Digging into the National Supervision Commission.
China’s Detention Law: CCP Curbs Courts  
February 21, 2018

China’s Detention Law: CCP Curbs Courts  

By Mercy A. Kuo
Insights from Stanley Lubman.

The Strange and Sad Case of Gui Minhai
January 31, 2018

The Strange and Sad Case of Gui Minhai

By Thomas E. Kellogg
Months after being released, Gui, a Swedish citizen, was abruptly arrested again.

The Pitfalls of Law Enforcement Cooperation With China
January 21, 2017

The Pitfalls of Law Enforcement Cooperation With China

By Thomas Eder and Bertram Lang
Europe's police and judicial cooperation with China raises difficult questions, especially with regard to extradition.

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.
Why China Both Loves and Fears the Rule of Law
June 25, 2016

Why China Both Loves and Fears the Rule of Law

By David Gitter
Beijing recognizes the importance of a reliable legal system, but fears the challenge lawyers could pose to the CCP.

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