In recent weeks Julian Ku, the Maurice A. Deane Distinguished Professor of Constitutional Law, has been quoted in the media on such China-related matters as U.S.-Taiwan relations, Hong Kong’s Mask Law, and the blocking of Twitter accounts by international organizations.
Voice of America (Chinese Edition), January 28: Professor Ku’s Twitter posts on the legal rights of an international organization to block Twitter followers is quoted in Voice of America.
Axios, January 27: “UN aviation agency blocks critics of Taiwan policy on Twitter“: Professor Ku commented on the The International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) blocking numerous Twitter accounts.
BBC News (Chinese Edition), January 13: Professor Ku is quoted in a story about the implications of Taiwan President Tsai Ing-Weng’s reelection on U.S.-Taiwan relations.
The Quartz, November 18 “China is threatening to hobble Hong Kong’s courts because it didn’t like a ruling“: Professor Ku is quoted about a recent statement from the NPCSC about the ruling in the Hong Kong courts, and whether or not this will trigger a legal confrontation between the courts and the NPC.