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China’s Organ Transplant Problem
March 29, 2017

China’s Organ Transplant Problem

By Matthew Robertson and Jacob Lavee
Alarming questions over the scale – and sources – of organ transplants need to be answered.
Why and How Tillerson Should Address Human Rights on China Visit
March 15, 2017

Why and How Tillerson Should Address Human Rights on China Visit

By Sarah Cook and Annie Boyajian
Raising human rights concerns on his first trip to China (or failing to do so) will send a strong message.

The Golden Urn: Buddhist Lamas and Chinese State Control
February 24, 2017

The Golden Urn: Buddhist Lamas and Chinese State Control

By M.A. Aldrich
The historical roots and modern-day ramifications of Chinese government attempts to control Vajrayana Buddhism.

Is China’s Counterterrorism Policy in Xinjiang Working?
February 23, 2017

Is China’s Counterterrorism Policy in Xinjiang Working?

By Adrien Morin
China's Xinjiang experience demonstrates the perils of large-scale anti-Muslim policies.

The Detention of Wu Zeheng
February 04, 2017

The Detention of Wu Zeheng

By Jared Genser
Will President Trump take a stand on China’s repression of worshippers?
The Politics of Religion in China
August 04, 2016

The Politics of Religion in China

By Mercy A. Kuo
Insights from Fenggang Yang.

After 17 Years of Persecution, Falun Gong Survives
July 21, 2016

After 17 Years of Persecution, Falun Gong Survives

By Levi Browde
There are even signs that Chinese officials may be on the defensive.
China's Minister of Public Security Outlines Anti-Terrorism Agenda
December 19, 2015

China's Minister of Public Security Outlines Anti-Terrorism Agenda

By Shannon Tiezzi
Guo Shengkun urged a stronger response to terrorism, and he has plenty of ideas on what needs to be done.

Can China and the Holy See Overcome Their Differences?
August 16, 2014

Can China and the Holy See Overcome Their Differences?

By Shannon Tiezzi
Can China and the Vatican come to a compromise that allows for formal diplomatic relations?

China’s Not Anti-Religion, It’s Anti-Threat
August 12, 2014

China’s Not Anti-Religion, It’s Anti-Threat

By Shannon Tiezzi
Recent crackdowns on Islam and Christianity are part of a larger campaign to reassert the CCP's social control.

Christian Theology: Made in China
August 11, 2014

Christian Theology: Made in China

By Tyler Roney
Recent comments on creating a uniquely Chinese "Christian theology" come amidst a crackdown on Chinese churches.
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