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About Rogier Creemers

Rogier Creemers researches Chinese media law and policy at the Programme for Comparative Law and Policy of the University of Oxford. He also edits China Copyright and Media.

Articles by Rogier Creemers

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Constitutional conventions: best practice

Papering over the cracks: China’s newspaper protests are a symptom of its core contradiction

As China digests its once-in-a-decade leadership transition, the Chinese media is at a crossroads: the old semi-censorship regime is an awkward one. This status quo is being increasingly challenged by citizens and journalists longing for more pluralism in the media.

China approaches a defining moment

China is faced with the necessity of adjusting the way the political system operates, the economy is managed and society is governed. Where it could maintain the political status-quo and grow the economy through catching up with foreign technology, expertise and science, China is now quickly approaching the point where it will need to create new recipes.

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