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Congressional-Executive Commission on China Roundtable What's a Liberal to Do the Pursuit of Non-Liberal Rule of Law in China Statement of Randy Peerenboom1 Professor of Law, University of California Los Angeles Law School

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Title: Congressional-Executive Commission on China Roundtable What's a Liberal to Do the Pursuit of Non-Liberal Rule of Law in China Statement of Randy Peerenboom1 Professor of Law, University of California Los Angeles Law School  
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Congressional-Executive Commission on China Roundtable What's a Liberal to Do the Pursuit of Non-Liberal Rule of Law in China Statement of Randy Peerenboom1 Professor of Law, University of California Los Angeles Law School. (n.d.). Congressional-Executive Commission on China Roundtable What's a Liberal to Do the Pursuit of Non-Liberal Rule of Law in China Statement of Randy Peerenboom1 Professor of Law, University of California Los Angeles Law School. Retrieved from http://members.worldlibrary.net/


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Excerpt: I am very pleased to be here today. In these times of international conflict, the necessity of developing a positive, peaceful and mutually beneficial relationship with such a geopolitically important country as China is readily apparent. However, if the U.S. and other countries are to play a role in helping China become a responsible member of the international community that, despite differences from time to time, can work with rather than against the U.S., then we in the U.S. must have an accurate understanding of how China sees its role in the world and the challenges that China faces in its efforts to modernize. Nowhere is this need for understanding more apparent than with respect to the implementation of rule of law, a notoriously contested concept here in the U.S. and around the world. Let me begin then by defining some terms in order to clarify areas of agreement and disagreement.


 

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