China’s Unjust Life Sentence for Uyghur Scholar Rahile Dawut Is a Tragic Loss for Humanity
By Omer Kanat
Rahile's imprisonment represents not only a personal tragedy but also a broader assault on Uyghur culture and identity.
Betrayal of China’s Muslims Undermines the Organization of Islamic Cooperation’s Credibility
By Aaron Rhodes and Marco Respinti
The OIC continues to actively praise China’s policies in Xinjiang and “care” for Muslim citizens, despite overwhelming evidence of massive abuses.
Social Reengineering in the Name of Security in Xinjiang
By Michael Clarke
The CCP's efforts to transform Xinjiang reflect the near- and long-term imperatives of settler colonialism.
How Long Can Beijing Avoid Accountability for Its Abuses in Xinjiang?
By Angeli Datt
A new report on the CCP regime’s global media influence suggests that it remains vulnerable to democratic pushback.
On International Women’s Day There Is Nothing for Uyghur Women to Celebrate
By Zubayra Shamseden
The Chinese state has gone to extraordinary lengths to cover up the suffering of Uyghur women.
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.
China’s Content Manipulation Reaches New Frontiers
By Sarah Cook
Through a combination of industrial scale and technological clout, the CCP is increasing the reach of its influence operations.
A ‘Proof of Death’ Video From Xinjiang
By Ruth Ingram
The CCP’s attacks on Western media reports took a gruesome turn with a video purporting to detail how Uyghur Mihriay Erkin died.
What Do Chinese People Think Is Happening in Xinjiang?
By Shannon Tiezzi
Conversations about the Uyghurs and Xinjiang with people in China.
Xinjiang Cotton and the Shift in China’s Censorship Approach
By Zoe Jordan
What makes China’s shifting strategy on Xinjiang information management unique is that in addition to traditional approach to censorship, there seems to be a shift to fill the censored silence with noise.
The CCP Hand Behind China’s Xinjiang Cotton Backlash
By Angeli Datt
The boycott movement marks a blurred line between genuine anger and manufactured outrage.
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.