Democracy

Democratic Governance in China

Stanford's Shorenstein APARC hosts a discussion of government reform in China over the last 30 years

Authors & Asia: Xiaolu Guo, I Am China

Xiaolu Guo will discuss her newest novel I Am China on September 3 2014.

Among the Braves with Shibani Mahtani and Tim McLaughlin

Mahtani and McLaughlin were on the ground in Hong Kong and provide this history of the Hong Kong pro-democracy movement centered around a cast of core activists, culminating in the 2019 mass protests and Beijing's crackdown.

Will China Democratize?

The National Endowment for Democracy presents a discussion celebrating the publication of “Will China Democratize?”, a Journal of Democracy

Asia in Focus Speaker Series: "Civil Society and Non-Governmental Organizations in China"

Part of the University of Louisville's Asia in Focus Speaker Series

Screening of "Assignment: China - Tiananmen Square"

The United States Studies Centre presents a screening of "Assignment: China - Tiananmen Square", followed by discussion and Q&A with the film's reporter and narrator Mr Mike Chinoy.

Unveiling Censored Expression: What Chinese Citizens Write but Cannot Read

Professor Gary King will be speaking at Harvard University on censorship in China.

Madeleine Albright and Hank Paulson In Public Dialogue

Former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright '59 and Former Secretary of the Treasury Hank Paulson will visit Wellesley College on January 24 for a public dialogue on "The United States and China in the 21st Century."

Public Talk: What Is China?

Professor Xin Liu will be speaking at the University of California, Berkeley on April 17, 2012.

The Rule of Mandates: How China Governs Over Law and Democracy

The speaker will present evidence that China uses a distinctive form of governing, what she calls a "rule of mandates" in contrast to a rule of law.

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