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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.

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.
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.

Xinjiang Camp Whistle-blower Sauytbay Seeks Asylum Elsewhere
June 03, 2019

Xinjiang Camp Whistle-blower Sauytbay Seeks Asylum Elsewhere

By Catherine Putz
Sauytbay has reportedly left Kazakhstan for Sweden, still seeking asylum after blowing the whistle on China's Xinjiang camps.

Who Will Speak for Serikzhan Bilash? Not Washington.
May 20, 2019

Who Will Speak for Serikzhan Bilash? Not Washington.

By Daniel Balson
There can be no demanding justice for those interned in China while refusing to defend the people who attempt to provide it.

The World Must Save the Uyghurs
February 15, 2019

The World Must Save the Uyghurs

By Benedict Rogers
Long-standing repression of the Uyghur culture has reached stunning new lows. What happened to “Never again”?

The Mysterious Case of the Missing Kazakh-Chinese Refugee
February 13, 2019

The Mysterious Case of the Missing Kazakh-Chinese Refugee

By Shannon Tiezzi
A Chinese-born Kazakh was fighting deportation in Uzbekistan. Now no one is sure where he is.
Are Indonesia and Malaysia Ready to Stand up for China’s Muslims?
January 28, 2019

Are Indonesia and Malaysia Ready to Stand up for China’s Muslims?

By Nithin Coca
The two Southeast Asian states might be the best hope for pressure from the Islamic world.

Central Asians Organize to Draw Attention to Xinjiang Camps
December 04, 2018

Central Asians Organize to Draw Attention to Xinjiang Camps

By Catherine Putz
Efforts in Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan to garner attention on the Xinjiang camps have grown, but still to little effect.

Is the Beijing Exception Finally Crumbling?
September 27, 2018

Is the Beijing Exception Finally Crumbling?

By Arch Puddington
China’s oppression of Muslims is cracking its de facto immunity from international criticism on human rights issues.

US Congress Members Want Sanctions on China Over Xinjiang Crackdown
August 30, 2018

US Congress Members Want Sanctions on China Over Xinjiang Crackdown

By Shannon Tiezzi
A bipartisan letter calls for Global Magnitsky Act sanctions in response to “the ongoing human rights crisis” in Xinjiang.
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