Rule of Law in China

The Hill: 2022 will be a big year for Xi Jinping — but he must fix China’s economic slide

By: Jianli Yang - Jan 3, 2021 When showing off China’s economic achievements and using them to denigrate democracy, the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) often has claimed that “Democracy cannot be eaten.” Chinese leader Xi Jinping recently portrayed China’s political...

The Hill: The fight against China’s ideology requires a free and open internet

By: Lianchao Han & Bradley Thayer - December 02, 2021 The Chinese Communist Party (CCP) recently passed its third resolution on history, boasting of its 100 years of achievement. But the document focuses mainly on the so-called historic breakthroughs and landmark...

Global Post: WTA’s Approach to Peng Shuai Case Can Create Push to Improve China’s Human Rights

Jianli Yang - December 02, 2021 The story of Chinese tennis player Peng Shuai accusing former Chinese vice premier Zhang Gaoli of forcing her into a sexual relationship is an ongoing worldwide media buzz. The incident may represent a sea change in the way professional...

Foreign Policy: U.S.-China Trade Talks Should Prioritize Opening Up China’s Internet

By: Jianli Yang & Lianchao Han U.S. President Joe Biden and Chinese President Xi Jinping finally held their much-anticipated virtual summit on Monday. After the meeting, intended to normalize relations and establish guardrails for contest, competition, and...