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China Rule of Law Initiative

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A central aspect of the Center�s mission is to enhance U.S. understanding of China�s law and policy reform process. Our professional staff share insights with a wider audience through publications, lectures, testimony, and participation in other public events � both inside and outside of China � related to China�s law and policy reforms. In addition, our Fellows, Visiting Scholars, and Affiliates contribute to the law school's intellectual life through their own research and publications. While many of our projects have a practical focus � helping promote law and policy reforms � our activities also generate books, ...
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Lawyers' Licenses Withheld - Truth About China
Chinese authorities have refused to renew the professional licenses of several prominent rights lawyers in this year's inspection.  Other rights lawyers were forced to clear extra hurdles before passing the annual inspection, which has been criticized as a mechanism to control what cases lawyers represent. Prominent rights lawyer Jiang Tianyong, whose license was not renewed this year for the second time, told RFA, "Now some new conditions are appearing.  It seems that ... before allowing them to pass they requested many lawyers write various guarantees--not to take on certain cases, not to receive ... market research, surveys and trends
China uses the annual license inspection to intimidate prominent ...
— Chinese authorities have refused to renew the professional licenses of several prominent rights lawyers in this year’s inspection.  Other rights lawyers were forced to clear extra hurdles before passing the annual inspection, which has been criticized as a mechanism to control what cases lawyers represent. Prominent rights lawyer Jiang Tianyong, whose license was not renewed this year for the second time, told RFA, “Now some new conditions are appearing.  It seems that … before allowing them to pass they requested many lawyers write various guarantees—not to take on certain cases, not to receive interviews, etc.” Other rights ... market research, surveys and trends

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14See, e.g., Paul Gewirtz, The U.S.-China Rule of Law Initiative, 11 WM. .... growing from an estimated population of approximately 7 million in 1982, ..... As a consequence, “grain output increased by 40-50 percent between 1979 and ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
ABA Rule of Law Initiative Update: October 2007
SAID recently committed $2.7 million over three years to launch a new ABA ROLI project in Ethiopia.  The project will focus on judicial reform, legal education reform, and potentially election-related training. Although Ethiopia has many highly trained judges, lawyers and law professors, there are many more who lack sufficient training, including on fundamental issues such as the separation of powers and the critical importance of judicial independence. In the judicial sector in particular, there is a need for a more intensive training program, since many judges assume their duties shortly after graduating from law ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
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China's Divided Catholics Seek Reconciliation
For decades, China's Catholics — estimated at more than 12 million — have been bitterly divided. Some worship in China's government-sanctioned Catholic churches, others in "underground" churches loyal to the Vatican. But three years ago, Pope Benedict XVI sent a letter to Chinese Catholics — the first from a pope in more than a half-century — urging reconciliation. Yet China's Catholics have struggled to follow these instructions. Early morning in Sheshan, on the outskirts of Shanghai, Catholics kneel on the ground in front of the pilgrimage shrine to the Virgin Mary, known as the ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
Got Environmental Problems? Think Government.
The Gulf oil gusher may be capped (for now), but “many of the world's greatest environmental catastrophes continue, with no end in sight,” according to Foreign Policy magazine. Foreign Policy lists five such catastrophes: Nigerian oil spills, Chinese coal seam fires, Haitian deforestation, desiccation of the Aral Sea, and the Great Pacific Garbage Patch. While Foreign Policy identifies five true catastrophes, it fails to grapple with the main problem behind what is causing them. So what does the Gulf oil catastrophe have in common with the five ongoing disasters? The first question you should ask whenever you see someone ... market trends, news research and surveys resources

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And so it was with the so-called U.S.-China Rule of Law Initiative. I proposed to State Department and White House officials that we try to reach ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Recent Additions | EPA - China Environmental Law Initiative | US EPA
(PDF, 3 pp, 335K) Copyright(c) 2010 Environmental Law Institute(r), Washington, DC. Posted with permission from the Environmental Law Institute. Environmental Regulations and Standards in Effect as of May.1 2010 (MEP News Release, 5/25/10) Environmental Standards in Effect as of April. 1, 2010 (MEP News Release, 5/10/10) China’s Energy Use Threatens Goals on Warming , By Keith Bradsher ( New York Times , 5/6/10) Environmental Regulations and Standards in Effect as of March 1, 2010 (MEP News Release, 4/29/10) Green NGO Drives Change at Grass Roots (MEP News Release, 4/20/10) A Paper Victory , by Liu Jianqiang (China ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
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1989, china?What happend? - Yahoo! Answers
wiki may have the answer, but I can't visit it in China..because of the "great ******* wall" (Er..it is "Great Fire wall of China"..It stop Chinese citizen to visit some websites like wiki..) 3 years ago I will divide my answer into 2 parts: the first about the background to the events of 1989; the second about what actually happened in 1989. I realize that it may not be possible to view many informative URLs from within China; so I am writing as complete and answer as I can. - - - - - [1] BACKGROUND to 1989. Following the death of Mao Zedong (Sept. 1976) there was a power struggle within the CCP leadership. Hua ...
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WireNames.com ★ The Leading trade show booth traffic builder/lead generator in the world ★ GREEN ★100% recycled w see all my answers Right now, Germany with their solar power incentives... Nuclear is not safe and yields a byproduct that needs to be stored away from living things for 10,000 years... In addition to solar and wind, there is also geo-thermal, hydrogen, wave and tidal to consider... Every one but nuclear yields no byproducts at all... posted 9 months ago Entrepreneur and ethanol guru see all my answers Definitely Brazil. It managed to not depend on oil imports thru its successful ethanol from ...