Jerome Cohen on Chen Guangcheng [Media Round-up]May 1st, 2012 | By USAsialawNYU | Category: Spotlight Printable format
Following blind ‘barefoot lawyer’ and activist Chen Guangcheng’s escape from prolonged confinement, and the continuing developments in his story, Professor Jerome A. Cohen has been actively responding to media requests for information. We will provide links to many of the reports on this story in which he has been cited or interviewed here.
[These articles reflect only the viewpoints of their respective authors and have not been researched, reviewed or endorsed by NYU, the NYU School of Law US-Asia Law Institute or Professor Cohen, and are collected here as a convenience for our readers]
- (5/20/2012)Lily Kuo, Blind Activist Chen rests in NYC, Reuters
- (5/7/2012) Jerome Cohen, Chen’s Silent Partner: Luck, Washington Post.
- (5/6/2012) Michael Gartland, NYU has place set for Chen, New York Post.
- (5/6/2012) Ira Mellman interview with Jerome Cohen, VOA ‘Daybreak Asia’.
- (5/5/2012) Daniel de Vise and William Wan, Prominent legal scholar and China expert comes to aid of Chen Guangcheng, Washington Post.
- (5/4/2012) PBS NEWSHOUR w/ Ray Suarez interview with Professor Jerome Cohen. Audio via PBS website available here:
- (5/4/2012) Peter Ford, Chinese dissident Chen Guangcheng’s next step: Study at a US university? (+video), Christian Science Monitor.
- (5/4/2012) Josh Rogin, Chen confidant: No U.S.-China ‘agreement’ on blind activist’s fate, Foreign Policy: The Cable.
- (5/3/2010) 11:23 PM) Geoff Dyer, Obama under fire over collapse of Chen Deal, Financial Times.
- (5/3/2012; 3:01 A.M.) Trudy Rubin, Worldview: A Mess in China That Could Yet End Well; The Philadelphia Enquirer.
- (5/2/2012, 5:10 P.M.) Law professor who advised Chen Guangcheng defends U.S.-China deal, Los Angeles Times Blog.
- (5/2/2012) Professor Cohen on media conference call hosted by the National Committee on U.S.-China Relations: Chen Guangcheng and Implications for U.S.-China Relations [Audio available on the website].
- (5/2/2012) Jay Newton-Small, The Chen Guangcheng Affair: U.S. Denies China Dissident’s Account of Coercion, TIME.
- (5/2/2012) Professor Cohen on media conference call hosted by the Council on Foreign Relations: Tensions in the U.S.-China Relationship [Audio is available here].
- (5/2/2012) Andrew Quinn and Chris Buckley, Dissident to stay in China, Beijing denounces US meddling, REUTERS.
- (5/2/2012) VOA News, Blind Dissident Wants to Leave China, Fears for Family, Voice of America (Including Audio Interview with Professor Cohen).
- (5/2/2012; 10:00 A.M.) Professor Cohen returns to NPR’s ON POINT WITH TOM ASHBROOK to discuss Chen Guangcheng leaving the U.S. Embassy.
- (5/1/2012; 10:00 A.M.) on NPR’s ON POINT WITH TOM ASHBROOK, Professor Cohen and Sharon Hom, Executive Director of Human Rights in China, will discuss Chen’s case and its ramifications for U.S.-China Relations.
- (5/1/2012) Michael Pearson, Arrests, beatings fail to deter Chinese human rights crusader Chen; CNN; (Profiling Chen).
- (5/1/2012) Calum MacLeod, Shades of Gandhi seen in blind Chinese activist, USA TODAY.
- (4/27/2012) Tania Branigan, Chen Guangcheng: how China tried to lock down a blind man, The Guardian.
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