December 05, 2019
China and US Clash Over Xinjiang, Hong Kong Bills
By Associated Press
As Congress targets China’s human rights violations, Beijing is furious over what it sees as U.S. interference.
November 23, 2019
NYT Exposé Should Be the Tipping Point on China’s Abuse of Uyghurs
By Omer Kanat
The international community no longer has an excuse to stay silent. It must act.
October 31, 2019
Rival Camps Clash Over Xinjiang at UN Committee Session
By Shannon Tiezzi
Once again, the Committee for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination is the site of dueling narratives on the Xinjiang crackdown.
August 16, 2019
Taiwan's ‘Silk Road of Democracy’
By Wen Lii
A DPP meeting with the Dalai Lama signals new regional cooperation among groups threatened by Chinese Communist Party.
August 08, 2019
The Case for Boycotting Beijing 2022
By Evan Karlik
The mass internment of Uyghurs in Xinjiang merits a boycott of the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics.
July 17, 2019
What Did the US Give up to Restart Trade Talks With China?
By Shannon Tiezzi
Washington compromised on more than Huawei.
July 09, 2019
1413 Days and Counting: Li Wenzu’s Fight for Her Husband’s Freedom
By Doriane Lau
4 years after the 709 crackdown, lawyer Wang Quanzhang remains imprisoned. His wife refuses to give up hope.
June 08, 2019
In Taiwan, the Tiananmen Tragedy Has a Special Resonance
By John Liu
For Taiwan, June 4, 1989 recalls both their own oppressed past and the resistance against China’s ongoing oppression.
June 03, 2019
Tiananmen 1989: Lessons for Today
By Christopher Bodeen and Johnson Lai
Tiananmen veterans look back on the movement’s relevance in 21st century China.
June 01, 2019
From Tiananmen to Today: The State of Chinese Activism
By Emile Dirks
30 years after Tiananmen, activism in China continues, though by necessity it has taken different forms.
May 24, 2019
Where Does Tibet Fit Into the US-China Relationship?
By Eleanor Albert
With the U.S. ambassador's visit, Tibet may again be poised to play a larger role in US-China relations.
May 23, 2019
The Remarkable Survival of Free Thought and Activism in China
By Sarah Cook
The regime’s repressive efforts are increasing, but they are also failing in important ways.