Applications for the Princeton US-China Global Governance Forum are due February 26th!
Applications for the Princeton US-China Global Governance Forum are due February 26th! Please pass along information about the conference to any friends who might be interested. The conference details can be found here.
China’s “Open Judiciary” and “Belt and Road” Initiatives: Implications for Governance in China and Beyond
Panelists: Dr. Mei Gechlik, Lecturer, Stanford Law School; Jennifer Ingram, Editor, SLS China Guiding Cases Project; Yaxin Duan, Visiting Professor of Economics, Princeton
Thu, Feb 23, 2017, 6:00 pm
How far is China from the Rule of Law?
Professor He Haibo of Tsinghua University School of Law and Harvard Law School will give a lecture addressing the question "How Far is China from the Rule of Law?" Human rights activist Teng Biao and Professor Sida Liu of University of Toronto will then participate in a discussion moderated by Professor Neysun Mahboubi of University of Pennsylvania.
Tues, March 14, 2017, 4:30pm
Chong Ja Ian- CWP Alumni Fellow- Buying Out, Cashing In: Non-Leading States, Aggregated Reactions, and the Problems of Power Transition in the Asia-Pacific
Monday, February 20, 4:30pm
Darren Lim from Australian National University - “A China Choice in South Asia? Sino-Indian Rivalry in Sri Lanka”
Tuesday, February 21, 12:15-1:20pm Robertson Hall 011
Why China Can’t Change: Leadership Selection and The Repressive Trap - Rory Truex, Princeton University
Simpson International Building, Room 144
Monday, February 27, 4:30 PM
This Week in China:
Eight killed in Xinjiang knife attack: police shoot three attackers
Don’t be swayed by interest groups, Chinese president warns cadres
Is missing tycoon Xiao Jianhua losing control of his business empire?http://m.scmp.com/news/china/policies-politics/article/2070437/confusion-over-missing-chinese-tycoons-grip-business
China's think tanks overflow, but most still think what they are told to think