China’s Dilemma in Human Rights: Through the Perspective of Critiques Abroad and China’s Response

Bo CHEN

Abstract


In the previous years, China has been trying to adopt the value of human rights in its legislation, justice and administration. However, China’s efforts were not acknowledged by the foreign countries and non-governmental organizations for the exposed severe human rights situation.

The events in China always draw the eyes of other countries and the critiques and pressure from western world make China respond and transform itself. The critiques are mainly on the one-child policy, Tibetan problem and the rule of law in China. To different problems, China also responds in different ways.


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