My posts have been few and far between these days for a variety of reasons (other commitments, paucity of real news, smog-induced crushing depression), but today’s weather requires some words in response, and thinking about smog has led me back to familiar themes about technology transfer, local protection and industrial policy. If you’re picking up [...]
When bilateral tensions between China and the U.S. get tough, you gotta send in the Girl Scouts.
Standardization and transparency are driving the latest reform of China’s criminal justice system.
One man’s hacktastic journey around the Great Firewall in search of the mythical workaround to online Android Market access.
Enforcing court judgments in China can be very difficult, particularly when government agencies fail to cooperate with one another. The Supreme Court is working on it.
China law guru extraordinaire Jerome Cohen’s latest on China and the Rule of Law is a slight departure from the usual. He goes off on a rather unexpected tangent to discuss the latest scandal with the Governor of New York (Paterson, not Spitzer). Cohen uses the Paterson scandal to show that even someone as powerful [...]