Excerpted from The New York Times:
"The conventional wisdom you continue to hear, in articles that are still coming out today, is that these advocates are great, God bless them, but they are misled, they are making the wrong calculation that China is going to move," says Sharon K. Hom, executive director of Human Rights in China, a leading political pressure group on China that disseminates banned information to, and advocates on behalf of, a vast network of reformers inside China, especially Chinese lawyers working within the country’s court system. Hom criticizes this view as myopic and credits the Dream for Darfur team for penetrating the Chinese government bubble, a piercing that may lead to unanticipated political consequences down the road in China.
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