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A Chinese Supreme Court Justice Falls from Grace

In the biggest bust since Zhou Yongkang, a judge at China's high court is being investigated for corruption.

ChinaFile

China’s ‘Rule by Law’ Takes an Ugly Turn

A recent spate of arrests and detentions is another sign of the Communist Party's intolerance for dissent.

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How France Can Fix Its Homegrown Terror Problem

The man who allegedly attacked a factory outside of Lyon had been on a security watch list. So why weren't French authorities able to stop him?

The South Asia Channel

Modi’s Marbury Moment

The Indian Supreme Court and the Modi government are engaged in a battle for constitutional supremacy.

Passport

U.N.: Israeli ‘Roof-Knocks’ Did Not Provide Effective Warning to Gaza Civilians

Israeli officials argue the novel warning strikes were aimed at mitigating civilian casualties during last year's Gaza war.

Argument

The Destructive Myth of the Magna Carta

Cloaked in medieval glamour and swathed in sentimentality, the storied document allows politicians and judges to pay lip service to rights and rule of law — while really saying nothing at all.

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