Silenced in China, Grassroots Activists Commemorate the White Paper Protests Abroad
By Yaqiu Wang
A year after the massive demonstrations against draconian lockdown rules, participants have an abiding new sense of strength and responsibility.
Biden, Xi, and ‘Responsible Management’ of Atrocity Crimes
By Sophie Richardson
The U.S. should not give up on holding China to account for its human rights violations in the name of diplomatic progress.
What the World Can Learn From 2 Taiwanese Activists Jailed in China
By Benedict Rogers
Their stories serve as a warning of the potential fate for Taiwan itself if Xi Jinping decides to take the island.
Newsom’s Big Test: China, Climate, and Human Rights
By Brad Adams
The California governor can and should address human rights – such as free speech, peaceful protest, and participation in public affairs – as part of his discussions on climate change.
Rights Groups Call on Laos to Release Dissident Chinese Lawyer
By Sebastian Strangio
Lu Siwei was arrested on July 28, as he tried to board a train from Vientiane to Bangkok, and is expected to face deportation soon.
8 Years After ‘709,’ Persecution of Chinese Human Rights Lawyers Continues
By William Nee
The crackdown that began on July 9, 2015 is not just history; some of the targets are facing renewed pressure today.
The Trouble With China’s Global Civilization Initiative
By R. Evan Ellis
The GCI is an attempt to win global buy-in for China's principle of non-interference by conflating modern-day regimes with traditional culture.
Rights Group: Uyghur Student Missing in Hong Kong, Feared Detained
By Kanis Leung
Abuduwaili Abudureheman was reported missing after texting that he was interrogated by police at Hong Kong’s airport.
Xu Zhiyong and the Mighty Pen
By Angeli Datt
Chinese writer and activist Xu Zhiyong was sentenced to 14 years in prison for writing and advocating for a “A Beautiful China.”
How China Tries to Bamboozle the United Nations
By William Nee
At Geneva next week, the Chinese government will try to convince a U.N. committee that it is a paragon of economic, social, and cultural rights.
Two Ways Indonesia is Helping China Persecute the Uyghurs
By Muhammad Zulfikar Rakhmat and Yeta Purnama
Jakarta has been vocal in its defense of the Rohingya and the Palestinians. So why is it being so cautious about the situation in China's Xinjiang region?
China and Iran at the Tipping Point
By Maryam Nayeb Yazdi and Jianli Yang
The people of Iran and China are at a make-or-break point in their history, and the West’s values-based diplomacy is the key to their fate.