Sophie Richardson serves as the China Director at Human Rights Watch. She has overseen the organization’s research and advocacy on China since 2006, and has published extensively on human rights and political reform in the country and across Southeast Asia. She has testified to the Canadian Parliament, European Parliament, and the United States Senate and House of Representatives. Dr. Richardson is the author of China, Cambodia, and the Five Principles of Peaceful Coexistence (Columbia University Press, Dec. 2009), an in-depth examination of China’s foreign policy since 1954’s Geneva Conference, including rare interviews with Chinese policy makers. Visit the event page to learn more!

Please join AGS and the Duke Human Rights Center for a conversation with Professor David Schanzer and Sophie Richardson, China Director of Human Rights Watch.
A Webinar livestream will be available for those unable to attend the event in person:
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