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How China Sidelines NGOs
September 28, 2018

How China Sidelines NGOs

By Hannah Feldshuh
NGOs were essential in helping expand protections for domestic violence victims, but now their contributions are being limited.

China's Complicated LGBT Movement
June 01, 2018

China's Complicated LGBT Movement

By Si Chen
Is China becoming a more open and friendly place for LGBT people? The answer is both yes and no.
Overseas NGOs in China: Left in Legal Limbo
March 04, 2017

Overseas NGOs in China: Left in Legal Limbo

By Kristin Shi-Kupfer and Bertram Lang
As many feared, the new law in practice seems designed to make life difficult for international organizations.

The Future of NGOs in US-China Relations
February 22, 2017

The Future of NGOs in US-China Relations

By Mercy A. Kuo
Insights from Travis Tanner.

China’s NGOs Go Global
March 23, 2016

China’s NGOs Go Global

By Reza Hasmath
Chinese nongovernmental organizations are increasingly active abroad. What impact are they having?

The Pros and Cons of China's NGO Laws
March 23, 2016

The Pros and Cons of China's NGO Laws

By Reza Hasmath
China’s new laws regarding NGOs will create a less free civil society, but a more accountable and predictable one.

NGOs Win China's First Public Interest Environmental Lawsuit
November 14, 2015

NGOs Win China's First Public Interest Environmental Lawsuit

By Zhang Chun
The case shows it's possible for environmental NGOs to win victories in court -- if they can get their cases heard.
The Return of China's Environmental Avenger
October 02, 2015

The Return of China's Environmental Avenger

By Elizabeth Economy
Pan Yue, China’s most outspoken, innovative, and articulate environmental official, is back in action.

The U.S.-China Summit: Decoding a Tower of Babel
August 31, 2015

The U.S.-China Summit: Decoding a Tower of Babel

By David M. Lampton
Washington and Beijing consistently send mixed messages about how they see the world, each other, and themselves.

China’s Political Firewall – Mass Arrest of Lawyers
August 12, 2015

China’s Political Firewall – Mass Arrest of Lawyers

By Andrew Anderson
For the international community it is business as usual, even as China detains hundreds of human rights defenders.

China’s Proposed Non-Governmental Organization Law: Cooperation or Coercion?
July 02, 2015

China’s Proposed Non-Governmental Organization Law: Cooperation or Coercion?

By Jared Genser and Julia Kuperminc
The language of the Overseas NGO Management Law must be amended to protect freedom of expression and association.
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