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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.

The Trump Administration Needs Policies to Match its Xinjiang Criticism
October 04, 2019

The Trump Administration Needs Policies to Match its Xinjiang Criticism

By Lucille Greer
China is capitalizing on global apathy toward anti-Muslim bigotry led by the president of the United States.

What’s the Price of Freedom? Kazakh Activist Accepts Plea Deal
August 19, 2019

What’s the Price of Freedom? Kazakh Activist Accepts Plea Deal

By Catherine Putz
Serikzhan Bilash was released with a fine and a promise to end his activism for ethnic Kazakhs detained in China.
The Case for Boycotting Beijing 2022
August 08, 2019

The Case for Boycotting Beijing 2022

By Evan Karlik
The mass internment of Uyghurs in Xinjiang merits a boycott of the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics.

Kazakh Xinjiang Activist’s Trial Begins With Relocation, Incitement Charges Linger
July 29, 2019

Kazakh Xinjiang Activist’s Trial Begins With Relocation, Incitement Charges Linger

By Catherine Putz
A judge quickly agreed to send the case to Almaty; Serikzhan Bilash is charged with inciting violence against Chinese.
Bearing Witness 10 Years On: The July 2009 Riots in Xinjiang
July 29, 2019

Bearing Witness 10 Years On: The July 2009 Riots in Xinjiang

By Nathan Beauchamp-Mustafaga
Even as a foreign tourist, the scale of the 2009 crackdown in Xinjiang was evident.

Pelosi: US Risks Losing Moral Authority With Silence on Xinjiang
July 17, 2019

Pelosi: US Risks Losing Moral Authority With Silence on Xinjiang

By Catherine Putz
Speaking at the U.S. Ministerial to Advance Religious Freedom, Pelosi said Chen Quanguo should be subject to Global Magnitsky sanctions.

What Did the US Give up to Restart Trade Talks With China?
July 17, 2019

What Did the US Give up to Restart Trade Talks With China?

By Shannon Tiezzi
Washington compromised on more than Huawei.

Which Countries Are For or Against China's Xinjiang Policies?
July 15, 2019

Which Countries Are For or Against China's Xinjiang Policies?

By Catherine Putz
Last week, two coalitions sent competing letters to the UN Human Rights Council criticizing or backing China's Xinjiang policies.
Urumqi 2009 and the Road to Xinjiang Re-education Centers
July 11, 2019

Urumqi 2009 and the Road to Xinjiang Re-education Centers

By Michael Clarke
The riots of July 2009 caused a major rethink of China's “colonial project” in Xinjiang.

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