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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.
UN Committee Urges China to Halt Torture
December 10, 2015

UN Committee Urges China to Halt Torture

By Shannon Tiezzi
A UN report finds that torture remains "deeply entrenched" in China's criminal justice system.

Private Lending in China: Out of the Shadows?
August 12, 2015

Private Lending in China: Out of the Shadows?

By Susan Finder
A judicial interpretation from the Supreme People's Court sets out basic rules for China's "shadow banking" sector.

Shadow Banking Cases Threaten to Overwhelm China's Courts
June 05, 2015

Shadow Banking Cases Threaten to Overwhelm China's Courts

By Susan Finder
Disputes over private lending in China are making their way into the courts, bringing a host of legal issues.

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.
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.

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