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A new law gives broad powers to China’s police in regulating and surveilling the activities of foreign NGOs in China. The law would require foreign groups including foundations, charities, advocacy organizations, and academic exchange programs to register with the Public Security Bureau, as well as submit to a host of provisions regulating the groups’ finances, hiring practices, and activities. How should stakeholders around the world respond to the law?