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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.

Huawei’s Future Hinges on Its Ability to Outgrow Its Past
February 02, 2019

Huawei’s Future Hinges on Its Ability to Outgrow Its Past

By Bonnie Girard
Huawei was shaped by its early environment: '80s and '90s Shenzhen, where political connections trumped any law.
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.

China Quietly Detains Interpol President Meng Hongwei
October 08, 2018

China Quietly Detains Interpol President Meng Hongwei

By Charlotte Gao
After a press conference by his wife and Interpol’s formal request, Chinese authorities finally revealed Meng’s whereabouts.

China Vows to Protect The Authority of Police
September 11, 2018

China Vows to Protect The Authority of Police

By Charlotte Gao
Conflicts between Chinese police and citizens have dramatically increased in recent years.

Michael Caster on China's Forced Disappearances
January 10, 2018

Michael Caster on China's Forced Disappearances

By Shannon Tiezzi
Caster talks about a new collection of firsthand accounts from the disappeared.
The People's Republic of the Disappeared
December 06, 2016

The People's Republic of the Disappeared

By Michael Caster
From black jails to residential surveillance, Beijing has been trying to normalize enforced disappearances for a decade.

2 Dueling Visions of Human Rights in China
October 06, 2016

2 Dueling Visions of Human Rights in China

By Shannon Tiezzi
U.S. CECC annual report and China's own human rights action plan showcase starkly different concepts of "human rights."

Xi Jinping as Mao’s Heir? Smashing Chinese Family Dominance
September 24, 2016

Xi Jinping as Mao’s Heir? Smashing Chinese Family Dominance

By Kerry Brown
Xi does have one thing in common with Mao Zedong: a desire to eliminate China's reliance on renqing.

China, the US, and Extrajudicial Abductions
June 27, 2016

China, the US, and Extrajudicial Abductions

By David Volodzko
China's new willingness to abduct enemies overseas is worrying. But remember the US has been doing the same for decades.
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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