For those who are regular readers of China Law & Policy, you likely have noticed that we haven’t posted a piece in two weeks. That is due to the fact that China Law & Policy is doing some upgrades behind the scenes that is requiring a lot more of our time and will also require us to stop blogging for another week or so. But soon things will be faster, better and brighter here at China Law & Policy providing for a better experience for our readers.
In the meantime, while the summer rolls on, more rights attorneys are being prosecuted in China, Zhou Yongkang is now officially in trouble, and there has been a serious step-up in foreign prosecutions in China on criminal and anit-trust issues. A few weeks ago, George Washington law professor Don Clarke did any fun podcast on these as well as on rule of law in China generally with the boys over at Sinica. So in the meantime, you can listen to it by clicking here to get to the Don Clarke Sinica webcast.
Hopefully we will be back to blogging on a regular basis by the end of next week!