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China's Human Rights Lawyers: Political Resistance and the Law
February 11, 2016

China's Human Rights Lawyers: Political Resistance and the Law

By Bochen Han
Eva Pils on the shrinking space China's rights lawyers have to operate within.
China Versus the Lawyers
July 28, 2015

China Versus the Lawyers

By Shannon Tiezzi
China champions the rule of law, even while cracking down on lawyers.

The Trial of Zhou Yongkang and China's Rule of Law
June 15, 2015

The Trial of Zhou Yongkang and China's Rule of Law

By Bo Zhiyue
The closed-door trial is a missed opportunity for judicial transparency and the rule of law in China.

China's Potential Trial of the Century Over Before It Begins
June 11, 2015

China's Potential Trial of the Century Over Before It Begins

By Shannon Tiezzi
Zhou Yongkang was sentenced to life in prison before the public even knew the trial was underway.

China to US: South China Sea Recon ‘Irresponsible and Dangerous'
May 23, 2015

China to US: South China Sea Recon ‘Irresponsible and Dangerous'

By Shannon Tiezzi
Plus, a landmark court case in China and a treasure trove of historical Chinese documents. Friday China links.
Why Did China Just Release 5 Feminists?
April 14, 2015

Why Did China Just Release 5 Feminists?

By Shannon Tiezzi
China just released five women's rights activists after a month-long detention. Why?

Who Opposes China's Reforms?
April 11, 2015

Who Opposes China's Reforms?

By Yang Hengjun
Certain groups are alienated by Beijing's reforms -- even groups that should logically be supportive of the effort.
Why 3 Chinese Citizens Are Suing Their Government
April 11, 2015

Why 3 Chinese Citizens Are Suing Their Government

By Shannon Tiezzi
Plus, a new report on the Chinese navy, the "little red app," and cross-strait relations. Friday China links.

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's Anti-Corruption Campaign at Odds With the Rule of Law?
March 20, 2015

Is China's Anti-Corruption Campaign at Odds With the Rule of Law?

By Bo Zhiyue
By detaining a NPC delegate, China's anti-corruption body appears to have violated the Constitution.

Former Chinese General's Death Means No Military Show Trial - For Now
March 16, 2015

Former Chinese General's Death Means No Military Show Trial - For Now

By Shannon Tiezzi
Former PLA general Xu Caihou has passed away, ending the legal case against him.
Shoring up the 'Rule of Law' in China's Military
February 04, 2015

Shoring up the 'Rule of Law' in China's Military

By Susan Finder
Chinese authorities are revamping the military legal system to promote the rule of law and weed out corruption.

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