Monthly Archives: February 2013

Editorial Assistant Position with the Journal of International Economic Law (JIEL)

Professor John H. Jackson, University Professor of Law at Georgetown Law Center, is currently collecting recommendations or applications from persons who might wish to take on the position of Editorial Assistant to the Journal of International Economic Law (JIEL).  JIEL … Continue reading

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Open Letter to NPC on Human Rights

Source: China Media Project at By David Bandurski | Posted on 2013-02-26   In an open letter circulating on Chinese social media today, a group of more than 100 prominent individuals — including academics, journalists, lawyers, economists and former … Continue reading

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North Korea’s Recent Nuclear Test and China’s Reaction

Please see this piece by Reuters: “The test drew criticism from around the world, including from China, Pionyang’s only major ally, which said it was “strongly dissatisfied and resolutely opposed” to North Korea’s behavior. Beijing also summoned its North Korean … Continue reading

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Dui Hua: Reference Materials

Dui Hua’s new Reference Materials blog has been online for three months. The blog on China’s criminal justice system covers reeducation through labor, regulations for police-run mental health (ankang) hospitals, and cases related to the Lord God Sect and Internet speech. Reference Materials:

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Georgetown Law: Study Abroad Opportunities

Dear Georgetown Law Students, If you are thinking about studying abroad for a semester or a summer, here is a must-visit web page for you: There are great opportunities to study in those top law schools in Asia. Among … Continue reading

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A Great Source for Study on China: China Development Brief

China Development Brief (English) is a translation of the China Development Brief, a Chinese-language online and print publication on China’s nonprofit and philanthropic sectors.It reports on nonprofit organizations and NGOs engaged in public welfare activities. It carries feature articles and interview … Continue reading

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Georgetown and China: Scholarships and Research Opportunities

Dear Georgetown Students, Several scholarships for study in China are now calling for applications. The scholarships are offered by the Chinese government or Georgetown partner universities for students interested in summer studies or pursuing a graduate degree at a Chinese institution. Detailed … Continue reading

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China Development Brief: Chinese NGO Directory Project

Dear friends and readers, The staff here at CDB would like to wish you all a happy New Year. We would also like to share the news that our Chinese NGO Directory project is nearing completion. The Directory is already … Continue reading

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