Engaging China on Human Rights: The UN Labyrinth
HRIC interviews Felice Gaer, an American expert on human rights and un veteran, to explore the challenges posed by China at the UN.
From “Confrontation” to “Cooperation” and Back Again
Amy Gadsden, a former special advisor for China in the U.S. Department of State’s Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights and Labor, examines the development and shifts of U.S. official legal reform exchanges with China over the past decade.
The EU-China Human Rights Dialogue: Perspectives from NGO Representatives
Catherine Barber and Corinna-Barbara Francis of Amnesty International, Antoine Madelin of the International Federation for Human Rights, Vincent Metten of the International Campaign for Tibet, and Sophie Richardson of Human Rights Watch appraise the dialogue process.
The EU-China Human Rights Dialogue Should Change Its Course
Gao Wenqian, HRIC senior policy advisor, suggests ways to improve a process that has yielded no concrete results after 12 years.
The Truth According to China
Under the Influence: Overseas Chinese-Language Media
Media analyst H.W. sheds light on the concessions made by Western media companies in exchange for entry into the Chinese market.
Next Question Please: China’s Contentious Relationship with the International Media
Veteran journalist Paul Mooney describes how the Chinese authorities limit foreign reporting in China, even as the government spends huge sums of money in getting the “true” story out to the international community.
The Localization Strategy of China’s Great External Propaganda
He Qinglian discusses the latest overseas developments of china’s propaganda media machine.
Stories from 30 Years of Legal Exchange
William P. Alford, Donald C. Clarke, Jerome A. Cohen, R. Randle Edwards, James V. Feinerman, Nicholas C. Howson, and Stanley B. Lubman—pioneers and leaders in academic legal exchange with China in the post-“normalization” era—share stories from their early encounters in China.
China’s Deficit in American Studies
Contrary to popular belief, Chinese students know far less about the United States than American students know about China. Terry Lautz discusses the implications for future U.S.-China relations and proposes ways to redress the imbalance.
Doing Business in China: HRIC Interview with M.J.
Businessman M.J. shares his experiences navigating the Chinese business landscape.