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Taiwan Voices Support for Uyghurs in China
May 02, 2019
Taiwan Voices Support for Uyghurs in China
The human rights crisis in Xinjiang foreshadows Taiwan’s future under PRC control, and the island knows it.
Taiwan Voices Support for Uyghurs in China
Wife of Australian Writer Detained in China Sends Petitions to Xi
April 30, 2019
Wife of Australian Writer Detained in China Sends Petitions to Xi
Yang Hengjun has been detained for three-plus months without access to lawyers or family.
Wife of Australian Writer Detained in China Sends Petitions to Xi
In EU-China Discussions, It’s Time Human Rights Took Center Stage
March 29, 2019
In EU-China Discussions, It’s Time Human Rights Took Center Stage
The EU-China Human Rights Dialogue scheduled for April 1 must emphasize concrete action to promote human rights.
In EU-China Discussions, It’s Time Human Rights Took Center Stage
Europe's Divided Approach to China and Human Rights
March 25, 2019
Europe's Divided Approach to China and Human Rights
EU countries adopt widely divergent stances on human rights issues in their dealings with China.
Europe's Divided Approach to China and Human Rights
Chinese President and Saudi Crown Prince Hold a ‘Win-Win’ Meeting
February 23, 2019
Chinese President and Saudi Crown Prince Hold a ‘Win-Win’ Meeting
China and Saudi Arabia plan to expand cooperation on a wide variety of fields, including counterterrorism.
Chinese President and Saudi Crown Prince Hold a ‘Win-Win’ Meeting
The World Must Save the Uyghurs
February 15, 2019
The World Must Save the Uyghurs
Long-standing repression of the Uyghur culture has reached stunning new lows. What happened to “Never again”?
The World Must Save the Uyghurs
Old-Fashioned Thuggery Reinforces China’s High-Tech Censorship
January 26, 2019
Old-Fashioned Thuggery Reinforces China’s High-Tech Censorship
In addition to technological tools, China’s government is using more old-fashioned methods to keep activists silent.
Old-Fashioned Thuggery Reinforces China’s High-Tech Censorship
Making China Communist Again?
January 23, 2019
Making China Communist Again?
Chinese students are rediscovering Marx and Mao even as the Chinese government becomes less tolerant of any criticism.
Making China Communist Again?
The People China ‘Disappeared’ in 2018
December 31, 2018
The People China ‘Disappeared’ in 2018
From a movie star to university students, no one is immune.
The People China ‘Disappeared’ in 2018
Why a Democratic House Is Not Good News for China
November 23, 2018
Why a Democratic House Is Not Good News for China
Most midterm elections don't have a significant impact on U.S.-China relations. 2018 could be an exception.
Why a Democratic House Is Not Good News for China
Xinjiang Detention Camp or Vocational Center: Is China ‘Calling A Deer A Horse’?
November 08, 2018
Xinjiang Detention Camp or Vocational Center: Is China ‘Calling A Deer A Horse’?
China defends its Xinjiang policy during the UN Human Rights Council’s universal periodic review.
Xinjiang Detention Camp or Vocational Center: Is China ‘Calling A Deer A Horse’?
Neighborhood Watch: Will Asian Countries Turn a Blind Eye to Uyghur Issues in China?
November 07, 2018
Neighborhood Watch: Will Asian Countries Turn a Blind Eye to Uyghur Issues in China?
Will any of China's neighbors speak out against its abuses at home? A major UN review offers a sobering assessment.
Neighborhood Watch: Will Asian Countries Turn a Blind Eye to Uyghur Issues in China?
China’s Uyghur Crackdown Goes Global
October 01, 2018
China’s Uyghur Crackdown Goes Global
Beijing is stepping up the pressure on the Uyghur diaspora, even as it cracks down on their relatives in Xinjiang.
China’s Uyghur Crackdown Goes Global
Is the Beijing Exception Finally Crumbling?
September 27, 2018
Is the Beijing Exception Finally Crumbling?
China’s oppression of Muslims is cracking its de facto immunity from international criticism on human rights issues.
Is the Beijing Exception Finally Crumbling?
The West's Difficult China Choice
September 04, 2018
The West's Difficult China Choice
China, the West and the question of loyalty.
The West's Difficult China Choice
Interview: Leta Hong Fincher
September 01, 2018
Interview: Leta Hong Fincher
“We are witnessing an extraordinary moment in modern Chinese history… Growing numbers of women are angry about the misogyny and injustice in their lives.”
Interview: Leta Hong Fincher
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