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Meet the New Uyghurs
December 21, 2021

Meet the New Uyghurs

By Henryk Szadziewski
China's propaganda narrative centers on the personal transformations of Uyghurs, removing the cultural and ethnic markers Beijing finds distasteful.

Justice for the Uyghurs: What the US Can Do
November 16, 2021

Justice for the Uyghurs: What the US Can Do

By Abduweli Ayup and Yonah Diamond
The U.S. can take some immediate, common-sense steps holding the CCP accountable for its transnational repression and offering effective humanitarian assistance for the Uyghurs.
The G-20 Can’t Ignore the World’s China Problem
October 29, 2021

The G-20 Can’t Ignore the World’s China Problem

By Nathan Law and Rahima Mahmut
A regime that is allowed to commit genocide and violate international agreements with impunity is a regime that will be emboldened to continue to commit atrocity crimes and threaten others beyond its borders.

Geoffrey Cain on Xinjiang’s ‘Perfect Police State’
August 24, 2021

Geoffrey Cain on Xinjiang’s ‘Perfect Police State’

By Sebastian Strangio
"Every person in Xinjiang is documented down to their genetic makeup, the sound of their voice, and whether they enter their homes through the front door or the back."

Measuring the Scale of Chinese Transnational Repression
July 14, 2021

Measuring the Scale of Chinese Transnational Repression

By Catherine Putz
A group of researchers recently compiled as much information as they could on Chinese efforts to render Uyghurs back to China -- they’ve only exposed the tip of the iceberg.

China’s Transnational Repression Leaves Uyghurs No Space to Run
June 24, 2021

China’s Transnational Repression Leaves Uyghurs No Space to Run

By Catherine Putz
Beijing’s peaceful rise has been paralleled by the increasing repression of Uyghurs on China’s behalf around the world.

Drop in Xinjiang Birthrate Largest in Recent History: Report
May 13, 2021

Drop in Xinjiang Birthrate Largest in Recent History: Report

By Dake Kang
Experts note that the tightening birth control measures must be understood in the broader context of fear that's pervasive among Xinjiang's minorities.
China’s Hard and Soft Lines on Xinjiang
April 08, 2021

China’s Hard and Soft Lines on Xinjiang

By Eleanor Albert
Beijing's softer messaging efforts on Xinjiang collide with its harsher tactics at home and abroad.

Australian Parliamentary Debate Condemns China over Uyghur Abuses
March 22, 2021

Australian Parliamentary Debate Condemns China over Uyghur Abuses

By Philip Citowicki
The motion can be interpreted as a parliamentary release valve for the growing pressure around matters of human rights in China.

How Will China Avoid Consequences for Its Uyghur Policy?
February 23, 2021

How Will China Avoid Consequences for Its Uyghur Policy?

By Bonnie Girard
The international toll is growing. But the domestic consequences are what Beijing should truly fear.

Small Protests Persist Outside Chinese Consulate in Kazakhstan
February 11, 2021

Small Protests Persist Outside Chinese Consulate in Kazakhstan

By Catherine Putz
In Almaty, Kazakhstan's former capital and largest city, a group of mostly old women have continued to protest Chinese policies in Xinjiang.
IOC Accused of Ignoring Human Rights for 2022 Beijing Games
December 17, 2020

IOC Accused of Ignoring Human Rights for 2022 Beijing Games

By Associated Press
A minority rights coalition says the Olympic body has "turned a blind eye" to large-scale human rights abuses.

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