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Hong Kong’s Youth Are Fighting for All of Us—Lawyer Daniel Wong
Just what exactly is the fate of the approximately five thousand Hong Kong protesters who have been arrested? As a pro-bono lawyer for those Hong Kong protestors, what has Daniel ...
December 3, 2019
Hong Kong Tycoons Start Moving Assets Offshore As Fears Rise Over New Extradition Law
HONG KONG—Some Hong Kong tycoons have started moving personal wealth offshore as concern deepens over a local government ...
June 14, 2019
Hong Kong Lawyers Protest ‘Polarizing’ Extradition Bill in Rare March
HONG KONG—More than 3,000 Hong Kong lawyers held a rare protest march on June 6 against a proposed ...
June 6, 2019
Hong Kong Extradition Law Could Instill Climate of Fear, Says Taiwan Official
TAIPEI—Chinese-ruled Hong Kong's push for an extradition law with Beijing could further undermine the city's freedoms and rule ...
May 3, 2019
Sentenced Rights Lawyer Was Among First to Stand Up for Falun Gong
One day in December 2014, police in the the northeastern Chinese community of Jiansanjiang were on high alert. ...
January 29, 2019
Martin Luther King Jr. and Natural Law
Commentary As the nation takes off work and school for the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday on Jan. ...
January 17, 2019
Gary L. Gregg
A Former Judge Recounts Mass Executions in China
Zhong Jinhua, a former judge and lawyer in Wenzhou, southeastern China, shares his harrowing experiences as a witness ...
The Rule of Law and the South China Sea
Against The Hague's unanimous decision that there is no legal basis, Beijing claims ownership of about 90% of ...
July 18, 2016
Brazil Looks Almost Ungovernable—but It’s More Robust Than It Seems
For all that Brazilians are disgusted by their corrupt and inept leaders, the country’s institutions are robust.
March 8, 2016
Over 100 NGOs Call on China to Respect Rule of Law
Global organizations concerned with human rights are calling on the Chinese Communist Party to live up to its ...
January 11, 2016
In Ukraine, Lenin Gets the Boot From Uncle Sam
There's a saying in Ukraine about the four stages of being poor...
January 2, 2016
Chinese Secret Police Menace Lawyers Aiding Lawsuit Against Former Party Chief
“We demand that the judge’s violations be investigated, as well as the illegal existence of the Qinglongshan brainwashing ...
December 6, 2015
Are Judges in South Africa Under Threat or Do They Complain Too Much?
This week, South African President Jacob Zuma will sit down with its chief justice for an unprecedented, potentially ...
August 23, 2015
Why the Party Has No Party Line on Lawsuits Against Former Chinese Leader
With no guidance from the top, officials around China are filling in the blanks themselves.
July 6, 2015
Where’s the Rule of Law in China’s Courts?
In China, trials involving prisoners of conscience are little more than Kafkaesque exercises in authoritarian skulduggery.
June 26, 2015
Violence Against Media in Hong Kong Is Seen as Tied to China
A spate of violence against media companies in Hong Kong is being seen as a new round of ...
January 25, 2015
Chinese Lawyers Outraged as Colleague Is Dragged From Court
Over 200 Chinese lawyers have written a letter to the authorities after a colleage was dragged from court ...
December 14, 2014
French Pres. Hollande Warns African Leaders Who Cling to Power
French President Francois Hollande took to task African leaders who seek ways around term limits to extend their ...
November 29, 2014
Anything for Power: The Real Story of China’s Jiang Zemin – Chapter 23
Jiang Zemin's days are numbered. It is only a question of when, not if, the former head of ...
November 22, 2014
Epoch Times Staff
Books of Over 30 Outspoken Writers Banned in China, Netizens Say
Chinese netizens believe that the Chinese state has proscribed the books of over 30 scholars and writers, and ...
October 14, 2014
Death Sentence Reversed in China, But Justice Left Wanting
After 8 years a man wrongfully accused of murder was released in China. This is good news for ...
September 3, 2014
Ruffian in Hong Kong Front Group Is Sentenced
For the first time a member of a band of agitators, who have operated for years in Hong ...
August 26, 2014
Taiwan, China, and Governance
Taiwan has become one of the strongest multi-party democracy, pluralism, the rule of law, human dignity/equality, freedom of ...
June 25, 2014
Lawyers Urge Delegates to Pursue Reforms, Rule of Law
Lawyers supportive of the New Citizens Movement urge delegates at the Chinese rubberstamp congress to pursue reforms and ...
March 6, 2014
Activists’ Trial Adjourned Early Amidst Disputes and Irregularities
The closed trial of three Chinese activists adjourned early, with witnesses under house arrest.
December 4, 2013
Former Hong Kong Chief Justice: Beijing Should Not Review Court Rulings
Retired Hong Kong chief justice Andrew Li has talked openly for the first time about his opinion that ...
November 20, 2013
Ideological Savaging in State Paper Attempts to Steer China’s Course
The latest hail of fire from the Party’s propaganda establishment against the hopes that China will soon become ...
August 7, 2013
Florida Governor Introduces Replacement for Common Core School Standards
Yale Drops Introductory Art History Course as ‘Overwhelmingly White’
Kobe Bryant’s 13-Year-Old Daughter Gianna Also Died in Crash: NBA Commissioner
New York Shops Must Accept Cash, City Council Rules
Davos 2020 Displays Division on Climate, Sustainability
China Desperate to Contain Coronavirus With More Travel Restrictions, Regulations
Dershowitz: House Managers ‘Completely Failed’ to Make Case for Trump’s Impeachment