Ge Chen

Ge Chen is assistant professor in Chinese Law and co-director of the Centre for Chinese Law and Policies at the Durham Law School. He is the author of Copyright and International Negotiations: An Engine of Free Expression in China?
Ge Chen
Ge Chen is assistant professor in Chinese Law and co-director of the Centre for Chinese Law and Policies at the Durham Law School. He is the author of Copyright and International Negotiations: An Engine of Free Expression in China?

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Opinion | How intellectual property and censorship have haunted a century of China-US trade talks

The US-China IP protection debate is actually older than the People’s Republic itself: since the Qing dynasty, government censorship has created the curiosity that allows privacy to flourish.

7 Dec 2018 - 6:58PM

The US-China IP protection debate is actually older than the People’s Republic itself: since the Qing dynasty, government censorship has created the curiosity that allows privacy to flourish.

How intellectual property and censorship have haunted a century of China-US trade talks