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Xi Jinping and Social Media: Harnessing the People’s Voice
March 20, 2014
Xi Jinping and Social Media: Harnessing the People’s Voice
China’s president uses social media to attract public support, while cracking down on social media users.
Xi Jinping and Social Media: Harnessing the People’s Voice
With Deals, Lenovo Solidifies Position in Global Market
February 01, 2014
With Deals, Lenovo Solidifies Position in Global Market
Plus the U.S. and China spar over Xu Zhiyong and Austin Ramzy. First Friday links in the Year of the Horse.
With Deals, Lenovo Solidifies Position in Global Market
America's 'Outsourced Pollution' Comes Back 'To Haunt Us'
January 25, 2014
America's 'Outsourced Pollution' Comes Back 'To Haunt Us'
Plus, Xu Zhiyong and Liu Yuandong on trial, regulating internet TV, and China's State Security Committee. Friday China links.
America's 'Outsourced Pollution' Comes Back 'To Haunt Us'
Lawyers, Activists Condemn Xu Zhiyong's Trial
January 23, 2014
Lawyers, Activists Condemn Xu Zhiyong's Trial
The trial of Xu Zhiyong highlights the limits of rule of law and the anti-corruption campaign in China.
Lawyers, Activists Condemn Xu Zhiyong's Trial
US Calls for Liu Xiaobo's Release
December 11, 2013
US Calls for Liu Xiaobo's Release
The U.S. Secretary of State publicly called for Liu Xiaobo's release - for the fifth straight year.
US Calls for Liu Xiaobo's Release
China's Asset Disclosure Advocates Not Out Of The Woods Yet
December 05, 2013
China's Asset Disclosure Advocates Not Out Of The Woods Yet
Even though China has announced a new asset disclosure program, pro-disclosure advocates remain in jail or on trial.
China's Asset Disclosure Advocates Not Out Of The Woods Yet
The Human Rights Implications of China’s Slowdown
September 20, 2013
The Human Rights Implications of China’s Slowdown
China’s economic slowdown will have an adverse impact on human rights. In fact, it already is.
The Human Rights Implications of China’s Slowdown
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