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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
Coercing the Chinese regime into accepting Western values and principles is ineffective.
When in China, Do as Chinese Do: The Unfortunate Case of Professor Ilham Tohti
Silencing Ilham Tohti: The Future of Uyghur Rights in China
September 27, 2014
Silencing Ilham Tohti: The Future of Uyghur Rights in China
U.S. editor Ankit Panda speaks to Shannon Tiezzi about Ilham Tohti's sentencing in China.
Silencing Ilham Tohti: The Future of Uyghur Rights in China
Ilham Tohti and Islamic State: How China Defines Terrorism
September 26, 2014
Ilham Tohti and Islamic State: How China Defines Terrorism
China's conflation of peaceful dissent and terrorism limits possibilities for anti-terror cooperation with the U.S.
Ilham Tohti and Islamic State: How China Defines Terrorism
Prominent Uyghur Scholar Sentenced to Life in Prison
September 24, 2014
Prominent Uyghur Scholar Sentenced to Life in Prison
Ilham Tohti, a prominent Uyghur activist and scholar, was sentenced to life in prison.
Prominent Uyghur Scholar Sentenced to Life in Prison
Engaging China on Human Rights
April 22, 2014
Engaging China on Human Rights
China is bound to act in its national interest. Upholding human rights is one of those interests.
Engaging China on Human Rights
China's Xinjiang Province Eyes Anti-Terrorism Law
March 01, 2014
China's Xinjiang Province Eyes Anti-Terrorism Law
Plus, dueling human rights reports, an attack on a former Hong Kong editor, and Xi's vision for reform. Friday China links.
China's Xinjiang Province Eyes Anti-Terrorism Law
China Detains Uyghur Professor
January 17, 2014
China Detains Uyghur Professor
Plus, new info on China's ADIZ, the anti-Japan media blitz, and the hyper-sonic missile test. China links.
China Detains Uyghur Professor
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