Keyword: chen guangcheng
As the world bids 2012 adieu, we look back at some of the year's most memorable people and events from Asia.
In 2012, Asia Society hosted several of the global thinkers on the annual Foreign Policy list.
Fordham Law's Carl Minzner discusses the past, present, and future of legal reform in the modern developing Communist China.
Journalist James Fallows compares the 'Chinese Dream' with the 'American Dream', and examines the significance of the arrival of Chinese dissident Chen Guangcheng in the U.S.
Blind legal activist Chen Guangcheng said during a public appearance today in New York that he hopes China can follow its own laws and that he can return to his native country after studying in the U.S.
If China’s national imperative today is reform, the greatest threat to that goal is the massive influence and institutionalized corruption of the country’s entrenched elites, writes Asia Society Senior Fellow Jamie Metzl.
The arrival of Chen Guangcheng in the U.S. after years of prison and house arrest raises the larger question of what the incident will mean to the status of dissidents in China and in U.S.-China relations, writes Orville Schell.
Former U.S. Ambassador to China Winston Lord says the U.S. government is likely doing everything it can to help ensure legal reformer Chen Guangcheng's rights.
Asia Society Senior Fellow Jamie Metzl tells CBS News the flight of Chinese dissident Chen Guangcheng in and out of U.S. hands is likely impacting the tone of U.S.-China talks in Beijing this week.