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How the Ministry of Public Security Factors Into China’s Drive to Expand the CCP’s International Legal Influence

Exterior view of China's Ministry of Public Security headquarters in Beijing. Image via Wikicommons.

To fully understand the drive behind China’s desire to expand its legal influence to other countries, it’s critical to better comprehend the underlying “rule by law” legal vision and what administrative mechanisms the CCP has at its disposal to carry out this kind of initiative.

For some perspective on both issues, CGSP Editor-in-Chief Eric Olander spoke with Jordan Link, a China policy analyst at the Center for American Progress and co-author of a new report on the topic published by the United States Institute of Peace:

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