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Dialogue 43 Spring 2011

Rights Dialogue: Tough Words, Few Results

When it comes to talk, the US-China relationship is the most developed in the world. According to officials in Beijing and Washington, the United States and China are engaged in more than 60 dialogues,...

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Bangkok Rules Address the Plight of Women in Prison

Women and children are often thought of as those left behind when their partners and fathers end up in jail. But the number of incarcerated women, including those who are pregnant and the primary...

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No Price to Pay

Amid a heavy handed crackdown on dissent, public opinion polls indicate an improvement in China’s international image. The Chinese government is cracking down hard on dissidents, lawyers who defend them, social critics like Ai...

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One Sentence Reduced, One Sentence Upheld

Informed sources in Guangzhou told the Dui Hua Foundation that Chinese scholar Xu Zerong (徐泽荣 or David Tsui) was granted a five-month sentence reduction in late April. A Hong Kong resident and expert on...

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Criminal Law Amendments Raise Minimum Jail Time

Recent amendments to China’s Criminal Law, effective May 1, 2011, are well-known for reducing the scope of the death penalty. They are not known commonly, however, for the more than 40 other ways they...

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Dui Hua News

John Kamm Speaks in the Pacific Northwest and California In April and May, Executive Director John Kamm gave five talks at universities and public affairs forums in Washington, Oregon, and the Bay Area. Kamm...

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Dialogue — Issue 43, Spring 2011

 

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