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'In July 1999, the CCP Created Exactly What It Had Feared'
July 19, 2019

'In July 1999, the CCP Created Exactly What It Had Feared'

By Sarah Cook
Recollections of the launch of Beijing’s assault on Falun Gong and its impact 20 years later.

Political Struggles at Home Shape Beijing’s Meddling Abroad
October 10, 2017

Political Struggles at Home Shape Beijing’s Meddling Abroad

By Sarah Cook
Authoritarian rule in China poses a growing threat to democracy elsewhere.
China’s Newest Censorship Methods on Display
July 08, 2017

China’s Newest Censorship Methods on Display

By Sarah Cook
A month riddled with perilous anniversaries offers a showcase for the Communist Party's upgraded internet controls.

China’s Organ Transplant Problem
March 29, 2017

China’s Organ Transplant Problem

By Matthew Robertson and Jacob Lavee
Alarming questions over the scale – and sources – of organ transplants need to be answered.

China’s Latest Crackdown Is Not Its Worst
September 08, 2016

China’s Latest Crackdown Is Not Its Worst

By Sarah Cook
The crackdown on rights defenders pales in comparisons to long term oppression of religious and ethnic minorities.

After 17 Years of Persecution, Falun Gong Survives
July 21, 2016

After 17 Years of Persecution, Falun Gong Survives

By Levi Browde
There are even signs that Chinese officials may be on the defensive.

Organ Harvesting in China
June 29, 2016

Organ Harvesting in China

By Benedict Rogers
Two new reports shed light on a gruesome practice.
China, the US, and Extrajudicial Abductions
June 27, 2016

China, the US, and Extrajudicial Abductions

By David Volodzko
China's new willingness to abduct enemies overseas is worrying. But remember the US has been doing the same for decades.

The Long Arm of Chinese Censorship Reaches South Korea
May 09, 2016

The Long Arm of Chinese Censorship Reaches South Korea

By Sarah Cook
A performance in Seoul is cancelled after threats from Beijing.

A Major Setback to the Rule of Law in China
September 15, 2014

A Major Setback to the Rule of Law in China

By Jared Genser
With its treatment of Gao Zhisheng, Beijing shows the extent to which it fears the rule of law.

Falun Dafa Supporters in China, Philippines, Vietnam Attacked By Hackers
July 25, 2013

Falun Dafa Supporters in China, Philippines, Vietnam Attacked By Hackers

Security firm: Hacks are coming from China, similar to military-focused attacks.

China's "One Country, Two Systems" Under Threat
September 11, 2012

China's "One Country, Two Systems" Under Threat

As mainlanders head to Hong Kong to protest, Chinese authorities are increasingly cracking down on the former British colony.

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