August 31, 2022
Michelle Bachelet’s Spectacular Fall From Grace
By Mark S. Cogan
The legacy of the outgoing U.N. human rights chief has been defined by her dithering and inaction over the Chinese government's abuses in Xinjiang.
June 04, 2022
The World Has Not Learnt the Lessons of the Tiananmen Square Massacre
By Wu’er Kaixi and Rahima Mahmut
Instead, while the world slept, Chinese authoritarianism metastasized.
March 08, 2022
On International Women’s Day There Is Nothing for Uyghur Women to Celebrate
By Zubayra Shamseden
The Chinese state has gone to extraordinary lengths to cover up the suffering of Uyghur women.
March 07, 2022
Uyghurs Stand With Ukrainians
By Omer Kanat
All of us who have our liberty must do better in ending the nightmares of people under assault, wherever they are.
June 24, 2021
China’s Transnational Repression Leaves Uyghurs No Space to Run
By Catherine Putz
Beijing’s peaceful rise has been paralleled by the increasing repression of Uyghurs on China’s behalf around the world.
May 13, 2021
Drop in Xinjiang Birthrate Largest in Recent History: Report
By Dake Kang
Experts note that the tightening birth control measures must be understood in the broader context of fear that's pervasive among Xinjiang's minorities.
May 07, 2021
Ramadan in China: Faithful Dwindle Under Limits on Religion
By Ken Moritsugu and Dake Kang
The tree-lined paths of the Id Kah Mosque's grounds are tranquil, and it's easy to miss the three surveillance cameras keeping watch over whoever comes in.
May 05, 2021
China Is Courting Middle Eastern Nations on Xinjiang
By Muhammad Zulfikar Rakhmat and M. Habib Pashya
As Western nations impose sanctions on China over its treatment of the Uyghurs, Beijing is reaching out to the Muslim world for support.
March 22, 2021
Australian Parliamentary Debate Condemns China over Uyghur Abuses
By Philip Citowicki
The motion can be interpreted as a parliamentary release valve for the growing pressure around matters of human rights in China.
February 26, 2021
Human Rights Concerns Continue to Dog 2022 Beijing Olympics
By Philip Citowicki
With less than a year to the Winter Olympics in Beijing, the calls for a boycott will only get louder.
February 13, 2021
Are the Uyghurs Safe in Turkey?
By Nicholas Muller
Many in the Uyghur diaspora feel they have a target on their back.
January 20, 2021
UK: ‘Genocide’ Clause to China Trade Deals Narrowly Defeated
By Associated Press
The proposal would have made the U.K. the first country in the world to allow genocide cases to be considered in domestic courts.