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Read the text: “China in the World: Human Rights Challenges and Opportunities” Roundtable Part 1 Topics covered: Introduction, Chinese political cycle Speakers: Michael H. Posner, Fu Hualing Video: http://youtu.be/U0UacoocPsQ Part 2 Topics covered: leadership composition, rule of law, where change...
Conversation with Andrew J. Nathan Political scientist Andrew J. Nathan, co-author of China’s Search for Security, shares his insights on topics including China’s engagement with the international human rights system, the contention around values between China and the U.S., and the effect of...
Overview Over the past several decades, media, governments, and experts have examined China’s increasing role in international trade, politics and security. Following recent exchanges with other NGOs suggesting strong and at times challenging views of China’s influence, HRIC decided to undertake an...
Editor’s note : This is a review of the original Chinese version of My 1000 Days’ Ordeal: A Patriot’s Torture, which was published by China Alliance Press in Hong Kong in 2012. The title of the Chinese version is千日无悔--一个爱国者的浩劫 (No Regrets for 1000 Days: A Patriot’s Catastrophe). All quotes from the...
Over the past three decades, China’s presence in the world has rapidly expanded, fueled by its rising economic and political clout, an ambitious soft power strategy, and increased flows of Chinese people abroad. China is now the world’s second largest economy, with cheap goods and huge investments...
Hu Ping’s painful experiences as a middle school student and sent-down youth in the 1960s and early 1970s lie in the background of this book, but he mentions them explicitly only once, describing himself during the Cultural Revolution as having been “a pious disciple of official ideology 1 But it...
The painter Hu Jie once lived in the Yuanmingyuan Artists’ Village 1 . Later, he filmed a documentary called “Seeking the Soul of Lin Zhao.” I saw it at a gathering of painter friends in Song Village 2 and was quite shocked by it. Lin Zhao and Zhang Zhixin were both followers of the Communist Party...
My interest in China started in the 1980s, when I was growing up in Western Kenya, where kung fu movies as epitomized by the famous Bruce Lee and Jackie Chan were the only window into Chinese culture, values, and traditions. As a child, I immensely enjoyed these movies, and believed that all...
Watch the video: “China in the World: Human Rights Challenges and Opportunities” Roundtable This roundtable was part of “On the Eve of Change: China and International Human Rights,” a program co-organized by New York University School of Law and Human Rights in China (HRIC) to celebrate the Robert...

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