Can the UN Secretary-General Help the 2,000 North Koreans Detained in China?
By Roberta Cohen
With every reason to believe North Koreans would face persecution and torture back home, the U.N. must take a stronger stance on China's repatriation of North Korean refugees.
China’s New Land Borders Law Is a Nightmare for North Korean Refugees
By Jason Bartlett
Although the main focus of China’s new land law relates to territorial disputes with neighboring countries like India, it also contains specific language applicable to the influx of outside populations.
To Be a Global Leader, China Needs a New Refugee Policy
By Jonathan Lesh
To be seen as a leader, China will need to help share burdens -- including by hosting refugees.
Why Do Chinese Reject Middle Eastern Refugees?
By Wang Jin
Islamophobia is a potent factor, but not the whole story.