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.
Why Did Kyrgyz Stage a Protest Outside the Chinese Embassy?
By Colleen Wood
In Bishkek, Kyrgyz demonstrated against China’s mass detainment of Muslims, but other grievances are shaping protests too.
The Muslim World Remains Largely Mute on Uyghurs’ Plight
By Samira Alim
Economic ties to Beijing and domestic rights abuses have kept most states from speaking out.
Religion Is ‘Spiritual Anesthesia’: The Ideology Behind China’s Uyghur Crackdown
By Bonnie Girard
Xinjiang’s Muslims are just the latest victim of the CCP’s contempt for religion.
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.
Iran's Careful Approach to China's Uyghur Crackdown
By Samuel Ramani
Iran's close ties to China leave Tehran vulnerable to criticism as Beijing cracks down on Muslim minority groups.
Why Do Chinese Reject Middle Eastern Refugees?
By Wang Jin
Islamophobia is a potent factor, but not the whole story.
To Grant or Not to Grant Chinese Muslims Their Rights
By Patrik K. Meyer
China’s 'Belt & Road Initiative' dilemma.