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Another Ethnic Kazakh Escapes Deportation to Xinjiang
January 18, 2020

Another Ethnic Kazakh Escapes Deportation to Xinjiang

By Catherine Putz
A court in Zharkent decided to not deport Tilek Tabarikuly, another ethnic Kazakh who escaped across the border with China.

Documenting the Tragedy in Xinjiang: An Insider’s View of Atajurt
January 16, 2020

Documenting the Tragedy in Xinjiang: An Insider’s View of Atajurt

By Mehmet Volkan Kaşıkçı
Facing monumental challenges, the volunteers of Atajurt have dedicated themselves to advocating for those detained in Xinjiang.
A Kazakh Dilemma as Beijing Reportedly Seeks Deportation of Former Camp Detainees
January 07, 2020

A Kazakh Dilemma as Beijing Reportedly Seeks Deportation of Former Camp Detainees

By Catherine Putz
As Beijing seeks deportations, ethnic Kazakhs strive to remain out of China’s grasp.

Why China’s Xinjiang Propaganda Fails
December 16, 2019

Why China’s Xinjiang Propaganda Fails

By Jo Kim
China’s defense of its Xinjiang approach as a necessary counterterrorism strategy has fallen flat abroad.

China and US Clash Over Xinjiang, Hong Kong Bills
December 05, 2019

China and US Clash Over Xinjiang, Hong Kong Bills

By Associated Press
As Congress targets China’s human rights violations, Beijing is furious over what it sees as U.S. interference.

Bethany Allen-Ebrahimian: What the ‘China Cables’ Tell Us About Xinjiang
December 04, 2019

Bethany Allen-Ebrahimian: What the ‘China Cables’ Tell Us About Xinjiang

By Shannon Tiezzi
The takeaways from and significance of a trove of leaked Chinese government documents on Xinjiang.

Secret Documents Reveal How China’s Mass Detention Camps Work
November 27, 2019

Secret Documents Reveal How China’s Mass Detention Camps Work

By Associated Press
A classified blueprint leaked to a consortium of news organizations shows the camps are instead precisely what former detainees have described:
NYT Exposé Should Be the Tipping Point on China’s Abuse of Uyghurs
November 23, 2019

NYT Exposé Should Be the Tipping Point on China’s Abuse of Uyghurs

By Omer Kanat
The international community no longer has an excuse to stay silent. It must act.

Tracking Down the Fruits of Xinjiang’s Forced Labor Industry
November 16, 2019

Tracking Down the Fruits of Xinjiang’s Forced Labor Industry

By Juozapas Bagdonas
A few clicks reveals several U.S. companies are benefiting from China’s oppression of Muslims.

Rival Camps Clash Over Xinjiang at UN Committee Session
October 31, 2019

Rival Camps Clash Over Xinjiang at UN Committee Session

By Shannon Tiezzi
Once again, the Committee for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination is the site of dueling narratives on the Xinjiang crackdown.

2 Ethnic Kazakhs from China Granted Asylum-Seeker Status in Kazakhstan
October 31, 2019

2 Ethnic Kazakhs from China Granted Asylum-Seeker Status in Kazakhstan

By Catherine Putz
But like Sayragul Sauytbay before them, Murager Alimuly and Qaster Musakhanuly may not ultimately find asylum in Kazakhstan.
US Announces Visa Restrictions for Chinese Officials Involved in Xinjiang Abuses
October 09, 2019

US Announces Visa Restrictions for Chinese Officials Involved in Xinjiang Abuses

By Ankit Panda
The list of Chinese officials affected by the ban is not public.

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