A rule of law ranking finds China improving in the areas of security, criminal justice and information rights, but ‘rule by law’ concerns remain
"China is good at the very basic stuff,” explained the World Justice Project's chief researcher, referring to the nation's dissemination of information to its citizens, but he notes that low scores continue for access to more sensitive information. The nonprofit group's ranking index attempts to avoid bias toward a Western definition of rule of law by placing an emphasis on security.
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