China’s Death Penalty in the Twenty-First Century
China currently leads the world in death sentences and executions, making it a primary target for the global abolition movement. While the results have been subtle, anti-death penalty advocates are beginning to influence Chinese attitudes toward the practice, as well as law. Conducting an interdisciplinary and comparative study of China's death penalty as the country heads toward reform, this book explains what it took to advance reforms to limit death sentences and executions, while identifying the challenges that prevent more extensive progress
China’s Death Penalty in the Twenty-First Century. In Bin Liang, Hong Lu, & Roger Hood (Eds.),
The Death Penalty in China, Policy, Practice and Reform
New York, NY: Columbia University Press.