Congressional-Executive Commission on China (CECC) 2018 Annual Report

  Sen. Marco Rubio (R), and Rep. Chris Smith discuss the Congressional-Executive Commission on China's annual report on human rights conditions and the rule of law in China in Washington, Oct. 10, 2018.  (Image: Radio Free Asia)

Sen. Marco Rubio (R), and Rep. Chris Smith discuss the Congressional-Executive Commission on China's annual report on human rights conditions and the rule of law in China in Washington, Oct. 10, 2018. (Image: Radio Free Asia)

(October 10, 2018) U.S. Senator Marco Rubio (R-FL) and U.S. Representative Chris Smith (R-NJ), Chair and Cochair of the bipartisan Congressional-Executive Commission on China (CECC), issued the Commission’s 2018 Annual Report and announced several new joint initiatives to protect U.S. citizens and residents from intimidation and address possible crimes against humanity occurring in China. NYU U.S.-Asia Law Institute Leadership and Affiliated Scholars were referenced in this report. Learn more and read the report here:

https://www.cecc.gov/media-center/press-releases/chairs-release-2018-annual-report%E2%80%94seek-additional-actions-to-address

Referenced in the report were the following articles:

- Jerome A. Cohen, ‘‘Xi Jinping Sees Some Pushback Against His Iron-fisted Rule,’’ Washington Post, 2 August 18.

- Carl Minzner, ‘‘Reversing Reform,’’ Asia Society, ChinaFile, 8 March 18.

- Carl Minzner, End of an Era (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2018).

- Eva Pils, Human Rights in China (Medford: Polity Press, 2018),

- Aaron Halegua et al., ‘‘What Is the Significance of China’s #MeToo Movement? ’’ Asia Society, ChinaFile, 20 March 18;