From Banning to Regulating TikTok: Addressing concerns of national security, privacy, and online harms
Jufang Wang argues that the threatened banning of the Chinese video-sharing platform TikTok on ‘national security’ grounds would undermine much-needed competition within the tech industry and lead to a more fractured ‘splinternet’.
Alibaba and the Threat to China's Banking Sector
In 2014, Chinese e-commerce behemoth Alibaba became the world’s largest e-commerce platform with 307 million customers, bigger than Amazon and eBay combined, and the second largest internet company in the world, behind Google.
Alibaba's success in unlocking the potential of
Judicial Independence in China: Introduction
This is the ﬁrst book in English on judicial independence in China. This may not seem surprising given China remains an effectivelysingle-party socialist authoritarian state, the widely reported prosecutions of political dissidents and the conventional wisdom that China has never had independent courts.