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In China, a Move Away From Conviction Quotas
January 23, 2015

In China, a Move Away From Conviction Quotas

By Shannon Tiezzi
As part of its "rule of law" push, China is reconsidering how judges are evaluated.
China in 2015: What to Expect
January 16, 2015

China in 2015: What to Expect

By Shannon Tiezzi
What to expect (and what not to expect) from China domestically in 2015.

For China, Constitution Day Comes Without Constitutionalism
December 04, 2014

For China, Constitution Day Comes Without Constitutionalism

By Shannon Tiezzi
Xi Jinping wants to celebrate China's constitution without going too far into the realm of political reform.

China: Former PLA General Confesses to Taking 'Extremely Large' Bribes
October 28, 2014

China: Former PLA General Confesses to Taking 'Extremely Large' Bribes

By Shannon Tiezzi
Xu's trial will serve as a symbol for the "rule of law" over China's military.

The Rule of Law in China: Lessons From China's 'Top Lawyer'
October 28, 2014

The Rule of Law in China: Lessons From China's 'Top Lawyer'

By Yang Hengjun
How reflections from Zhang Sizhi, a defense lawyer in China's first show trial, still ring true today.
Is China Sending Its Fishermen to the Senkakus?
October 24, 2014

Is China Sending Its Fishermen to the Senkakus?

By Shannon Tiezzi
Plus, Chinese innovation, Zhou Xiaoping, and more on the "rule of law" in China. Friday links.

4 Things We Learned from China’s 4th Plenum
October 23, 2014

4 Things We Learned from China’s 4th Plenum

By Shannon Tiezzi
Parsing China's next steps in establishing the "rule of law."
Could China's 'Rule of Law' Lead to Constitutionalism?
October 23, 2014

Could China's 'Rule of Law' Lead to Constitutionalism?

By Shannon Tiezzi
Official proclamations about the Fourth Plenum include intriguing references to limiting political power.

4th Plenum: Rule of Law with Chinese Characteristics
October 20, 2014

4th Plenum: Rule of Law with Chinese Characteristics

By Zachary Keck
The CCP is focusing on the rule of law because it wants to reign in local officials.

Over-Dependence on China Will Doom Taiwan
August 26, 2014

Over-Dependence on China Will Doom Taiwan

By Ricky Yeh
Becoming too dependent on China will have disastrous economic and political consequences for Taiwan.

Zhou Yongkang and the Rule of Law With Chinese Characteristics
July 30, 2014

Zhou Yongkang and the Rule of Law With Chinese Characteristics

By Shannon Tiezzi
Zhou Yongkang's case ties in with Xi Jinping's larger vision for the rule of law in China.
China's Legal Reform: A Balancing Act
March 12, 2014

China's Legal Reform: A Balancing Act

By Shannon Tiezzi
China has plans for another wave of legal reforms, but no plans to give up Party control.

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