Archiv für 'Recht'

Insistence on non-violent resistance and political opposition

Saturday, 1.7.2017

Liu Xiaobo: The Founder of China’s Political Opposition Movements Von Wu Qiang (China Change).


China’s ‘war on law’: victims’ wives tell US Congress of torture and trauma

Sunday, 4.6.2017

Women whose husbands were targets of Communist party crackdown on human rights lawyers call for US sanctions. Von Tom Phillips. Quelle: Guardian.


Encryption Law of the People’s Republic of China (Opinion-seeking Draft)

Wednesday, 10.5.2017

This translation was created jointly with Paul Triolo and John Costello. Quelle: China Copyright and Media.


Amnesty-International: China – der Todesstrafen-Rekordhalter

Saturday, 15.4.2017

Von Steffen Wurzel. Quelle: tagesschau.de.


China hides ‘grotesque’ level of capital punishment

Tuesday, 11.4.2017

Von Simon Denyer. Quelle: SMH.


Volkskongress bringt Bürgerliches Gesetzbuch auf den Weg: Mehr Rechtssicherheit, weniger individuelle Rechte

Thursday, 16.3.2017

Quelle: Merics


Das rechtliche Umfeld in China bleibt eine Herausforderung – Ausländische Investitionen 2017

Wednesday, 8.3.2017

Quelle: Merics


Announcement of the Establishment of the China Anti-Torture Alliance

Friday, 17.2.2017

Quelle: China Change


Warum die Angriffe von US-Präsident Donald Trump auf die Justiz einen chinesischen Richter empören

Saturday, 11.2.2017

Belehrungen aus Fernost Von Kai Strittmatter (SZ).


How Zhejiang courts support its economy

Thursday, 2.2.2017

Quelle: supremepeoplescourtmonitor.com.


Wie ein Gesetz zur Gefahr für deutsche Stiftungen wird

Saturday, 28.1.2017

Von Johnny Erling. Quelle: Welt.


Chinese Divorcée Fights to Be Free of Ex-Husband’s Debt

Thursday, 26.1.2017

Von Yan Jie. Quelle: Sixth Tone.


The Limits of Law in China

Monday, 23.1.2017

Leitartikel der NYT.


Peking University Loses Plagiarism Lawsuit

Friday, 20.1.2017

“… suspicions that her dissertation — which dealt with French journalism in 1775 — showed signs of plagiarism …” Von Matthew Walsh. Quelle: Sixth Tone.


Retaliation was swift

Friday, 6.1.2017

How Nine Wukan Villagers Were Illegally Tried and Sentenced in December, 2016 Von Zhuang Liehong (China Change).


National liquor 国酒

Thursday, 5.1.2017

Kweichow Moutai Loses ‘National Liquor’ Trademark Bid Von Liao Yuanxin und Coco Feng (Caixin Online). Vgl. 茅台申请“国酒”商标再次被否 (Zhongguo Xinwen Wang).


Man executed for rape, murder 21 years ago cleared by China’s highest court

Saturday, 24.12.2016

Von Nectar Gan. Quelle: SCMP.


‘A Notice to Foreign Forces: We’ve Captured Jiang Tianyong!’ — Video Denigrates Human Rights Lawyer

Thursday, 22.12.2016

Quelle: China Change


Taiwan debates gay marriage

Thursday, 8.12.2016

Quelle: Economist.


Lawsuit by Chinese migrant workers could allow access to pensions for their peers

Sunday, 20.11.2016

Von Mimi Lau. Quelle: SCMP.


Villager executed for revenge killing despite legal experts’ pleas for further case review

Tuesday, 15.11.2016

Von Deng Xiaoci. Quelle: Global Times.


Outcry as China executes symbol of injustice Jia Jinglong

Tuesday, 15.11.2016

Von Tom Phillips. Quelle: Guardian. Vgl. Beitrag in China Change “… they killed him faster than we had time enough to translate this appeal …”).


Missbrauch für Jagd auf Dissidenten? China übernimmt Führung von Interpol

Friday, 11.11.2016

Quelle: n-tv.de


Chinas neues Cybersicherheitsgesetz

Monday, 7.11.2016

Dr. Nabil Alsabah, Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter des MERICS im Interview. Quelle: all-about-security.de.


China internet authority formalizes regulations for live-streaming industry

Friday, 4.11.2016

Quelle: Reuters.