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Uzbekistan Must Stay on the Path of Religious Freedom Reform
July 09, 2020

Uzbekistan Must Stay on the Path of Religious Freedom Reform

By Nadine Maenza and Nury Turkel
Tashkent has made progress on the path toward greater religious freedom, but must remain vigilant to protect the gains it has made and continue to actively push forward.

US Religious Freedom Report Signals Improvements in Uzbekistan
April 29, 2020

US Religious Freedom Report Signals Improvements in Uzbekistan

By Catherine Putz
For the first time in 15 years, USCIRF has recommended Uzbekistan not be deemed a country of particular concerns when it comes to religious freedom violations.
Of Concerns and Waivers: Religious Freedom and US Interests in Central Asia
December 27, 2019

Of Concerns and Waivers: Religious Freedom and US Interests in Central Asia

By Catherine Putz
Tajikistan and Turkmenistan were once again designated as  “Countries of Particular Concern” for violations of religious freedom.

'A Community of Shared Future': One Short Phrase for UN, One Big Victory for China?
November 05, 2017

'A Community of Shared Future': One Short Phrase for UN, One Big Victory for China?

By Charlotte Gao
United Nations security resolutions adopted Chinese President Xi Jinping’s signature foreign policy slogan.

A Closer Look at the Downfall of Sun Zhengcai
October 02, 2017

A Closer Look at the Downfall of Sun Zhengcai

By Charlotte Gao
The Chinese Communist Party rushes to expel former Chongqing party leader Sun Zhengcai ahead of National Day.

China Accuses Its Top 3 Internet Giants of Potentially Violating Cybersecurity Law
August 12, 2017

China Accuses Its Top 3 Internet Giants of Potentially Violating Cybersecurity Law

By Charlotte Gao
Tencent, Baidu, and Sina are being investigated by the Chinese Cyberspace Administration.

China’s Communist Party Issues Strict Cyber Rules For Party Members
August 03, 2017

China’s Communist Party Issues Strict Cyber Rules For Party Members

By Charlotte Gao
China's more than 80 million Communist Party members have new restrictions on their online behavior.
China’s Military Parade Reaffirms Communist Party’s Absolute Control Over Army
August 01, 2017

China’s Military Parade Reaffirms Communist Party’s Absolute Control Over Army

By Charlotte Gao
The theme of “following the Party's command” dominated China’s massive military parade held on July 30.

Chinese Politician Sun Zhengcai Is Under Party Investigation
July 25, 2017

Chinese Politician Sun Zhengcai Is Under Party Investigation

By Charlotte Gao
Xinhua posted an extremely short statement saying Sun is "suspected of serious violations of discipline."

Xi Jinping's 'Core Leader' Status Will Help China's Reforms in Coming Years
November 05, 2016

Xi Jinping's 'Core Leader' Status Will Help China's Reforms in Coming Years

By Dingding Chen
The title signals political stability for the coming years and is good for China's future reforms.

China's Sixth Plenum Begins With a Focus on Intra-Party Discipline: What to Expect
October 24, 2016

China's Sixth Plenum Begins With a Focus on Intra-Party Discipline: What to Expect

By Ankit Panda
The Sixth Plenum of the 18th Party Congress is about to kick off. Here's what to watch for.
When in China, Do as Chinese Do: The Unfortunate Case of Professor Ilham Tohti
October 05, 2016

When in China, Do as Chinese Do: The Unfortunate Case of Professor Ilham Tohti

By Patrik K. Meyer
Coercing the Chinese regime into accepting Western values and principles is ineffective.

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