James V. Feinerman

Faculty Director

Feinerman, James V., Franz Werro, David J. Gerber, and Helge Dedek. In Memoriam, H. Patrick Glenn (1940-2014), 63 Am. J. Comp. L. 1-2 (2015).

Feinerman, James V. Robert L. Oakley: In Memoriam, 100 Law Libr. J. 223-225 (2008).

Feinerman, James V., et al., China, 42 Int’l Law. 945-974 (2008).

Feinerman, James V. Sovereignty, Old and New: Another Look at Taiwan’s International Legal Status, in Membership for Taiwan in the United Nations: Achieving Justice and Universality 91-108 (Lung-chu Chen ed., New York: New Century Institute Press 2007).

Feinerman, James V. New Hope for Corporate Governance in China?, 2007 China Q. 590-619.

Feinerman, James V. Odious Debt, Old and New: The Legal Intellectual History of an Idea, 70 Law & Contemp. Probs. 193-220 (2007).

Feinerman, James V. The U.S.-Korean Status of Forces Agreement as a Source of Continuing Korean Anti-American Attitudes, in Korean Attitudes Toward the United States: Changing Dynamics 196-212 (M.E. Sharpe, 2005).

Feinerman, James V. Eulogy, In Memoriam: September 11, 2001, 33 Law & Pol’y Int’l Bus. 1-2 (2001).

Feinerman, James V. and John H. Jackson. China’s WTO Accession Survey of Materials, 4 J. Int’l Econ. L. 329-335 (2001).

Feinerman, James V. and B. Thomas Peele. China after the WTO: What You Need to Know Now. Practising Law Institute, 2001.

Feinerman, James V. The Rule of Law Imposed from Outside: China’s Foreign-Oriented Legal Regime Since 1978, in The Limits of the Rule of Law in China (University of Washington Press, 2000).

Thomas E. Kellogg

Executive Director

Kellogg, Thomas E. “Violence by Hong Kong Protesters Won’t Advance Their Cause,” ChinaFile, November 14, 2019.

Kellogg, Thomas E. “Beijing’s Paranoia Sees the CIA Under Every Rock,” Foreign Policy, August 13, 2019.

Kellogg, Thomas E. “China’s Dissidents Can’t Leave: Exit ban numbers are hitting newhighs as politics tightens,” Foreign Policy, July 23, 2019 (with Zhao Sile).

Kellogg, Thomas E. “What should Beijing do about Hong Kong’s unprecedented protests? The case for restraint,” Hong Kong Free Press, July 6, 2019.

Kellogg, Thomas E. “No longer an apolitical technocrat, Hong Kong’s Carrie Lam must learn to engage critics,” Hong Kong Free Press, June 25, 2019.

Kellogg, Thomas E. “Hong Kong’s Proposed Extradition Law and International Human Rights: Legalized Kidnapping?,” Lawfare, June 6. 2019.

Kellogg, Thomas E. “No Exit: China’s Growing Use of Exit Bans Violates International Law,” Lawfare, January 16, 2019.

Kellogg, Thomas E. (with Chang Chiu), “Banning Chinese Students is Not in the U.S. National Interest,” ChinaFile, October 5, 2018.

Kellogg, Thomas E. Review of Mary E. Gallagher, Authoritarian Legality in China: Law, Workers, and the State, 24 J. of Chin. Polit. Sci, Issue no. 1, pp. 167-168 (September 2018).

Kellogg, Thomas E. News of a Kidnapping: The Gui Minhai Case and China’s Approach to International Law41 Fordham Int’l L.J. 1215 (2018).

Kellogg, Thomas E.  “Will the Trump administration get serious on human rights in China?,” East Asia Forum, May 29, 2018.

Kellogg, Thomas E.  “China and Russia’s Game of Distortion,” Washington Post World Post, February 15, 2018.

Kellogg, Thomas E.  “The Strange and Sad Case of Gui Minhai,” The Diplomat, January 31, 2018.

Kellogg, Thomas E. “China’s Grim Christmas Ritual: Imprisoning Dissidents,” The Diplomat, January 24, 2018.

Kellogg, Thomas E. Review of Jing Chen, Useful Complaints: How Petitions Assist Decentralized Authoritarianism in China, 23 J. of Chin. Polit. Sci., Issue no. 1, pp. 137-138 (January 2018).

Kellogg, Thomas E. “China Is Getting Better at Undermining Global Human Rights,” Foreign Policy, October 18, 2017.

Kellogg, Thomas E. “Xi Jinping Is About to Face a Constitutional Crisis,” Foreign Policy, September 7, 2017.

Kellogg, Thomas E. “The China-India Border Standoff: What Does Beijing Want?,” Foreign Policy, September 1, 2017.

Kellogg, Thomas E. “Xi’s Davos Speech: Is China the New Champion for the Liberal International Order?,” The Diplomat, January 24, 2017.

Kellogg, Thomas E. “Liberal Internationalism in the Age of Trump,” The Diplomat, November 17, 2016.

Kellogg, Thomas E. “How to Fix China’s Crooked Congress,” Foreign Policy, September 29, 2016.

Kellogg, Thomas E. Review of Yuhua Wang, Tying the Autocrat’s Hands: The Rise of the Rule of Law in China, 21 J. of Chin. Polit. Sci., Issue no. 3, pp. 395-396 (September 2016).

Kellogg, Thomas E. “The Communist Party of China’s Recipe for Success,” review of Bruce Dickson, The Dictator’s Dilemma, The Diplomat, August 12, 2016.

Kellogg, Thomas E. “The South China Sea Ruling: China’s International Law Dilemma,” The Diplomat, July 14, 2016.

Kellogg, Thomas E. Arguing Chinese Constitutionalism: the 2013 Constitutionalism Debate and the “Urgency” of Political Reform, 11 U. Pa. Asian L. Rev. 337 (2015-2016).

Kellogg, Thomas E. “China and the End of Reform,” review of David Shambaugh, China’s Future, ChinaFile, May 26, 2016.

Kellogg, Thomas E. “A New Book Praises China’s Governance Model, But Overlooks Its Politics,” review of Daniel Bell, The China Model: Political Meritocracy and the Limits of Democracy, ChinaFile, September 21, 2015.

Kellogg, Thomas E. “Running the Race of the Century,” review of Michael Pillsbury, The Hundred-Year Marathon: China’s Secret Strategy to Replace America as the Global Superpower, Global Asia, Vol. 10, No. 1, Spring 2015.

Kellogg, Thomas E. “Bo Xilai – the Last of a Nefarious Trio to Fall,” review of Ho and Huang, A Death in the Lucky Holiday Hotel, Los Angeles Review of Books, August 26, 2013.

Kellogg, Thomas E. “Western Funding for Rule of Law Initiatives in China: the importance of a civil society based approach,” China Perspectives, No. 2012/3, pp. 43-49, September 2012.

Kellogg, Thomas E. “The Strange Case of Zhou Yongjun,” Hong Kong Journal, January 2011.

Kellogg, Thomas E. “China’s Communist Party: Two Glimpses Inside,” review of McGregor, The Party: The Secret World of China’s Communist Rulers, and Shambaugh, China’s Communist Party: Atrophy and Adaptation, The China Beat, October 2010.

Kellogg, Thomas E. “Stirring Up Trouble: the Johannes Chan Incident, Ideological Exclusion and Immigration Law in Hong Kong and Macau,” Hong Kong Journal, July 2009.

Kellogg, Thomas E. Constitutionalism with Chinese Characteristics? Constitutional development and civil litigation in China, 7(2) International J. Constitutional L., 215-244 (2009).

Kellogg, Thomas E. “The Hong Kong Lawyer Controversy and Self-Censorship in Hong Kong,” Hong Kong Journal, October 2008.

Kellogg, Thomas E. “‘Excessive Deference’ or Strategic Retreat? Basic Law Article 158 and Constitutional Development in Hong Kong,” Hong Kong Journal, January 2008.

Kellogg, Thomas E. Courageous Explorers? Education Litigation and Judicial Innovation in China, 20 Harv. Hum. Rts. J. 141 (2007).

Kellogg, Thomas E. “A Flawed Effort? Legislating on Surveillance in Hong Kong” Hong Kong Journal, April 2007.

Kellogg, Thomas E. Legislating Rights: Basic Law Article 23, National Security, and Human Rights in Hong Kong, 17 Colum. J. Asian. L. 307 (2004).