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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 Cruel Irony of China’s Celebration of Asian Cultures
May 18, 2019

The Cruel Irony of China’s Celebration of Asian Cultures

By Shannon Tiezzi
A week-long event dedicated to Asian diversity is laughable in the face of China’s attempts to eradicate Uyghur culture.

Beijing’s Persecution of the Uyghurs is a Modern Take on an Old Theme
May 08, 2019

Beijing’s Persecution of the Uyghurs is a Modern Take on an Old Theme

By Arch Puddington
Like its totalitarian antecedents, the Chinese regime is willing to break entire cultures in pursuit of artificial conformity.

Taiwan Voices Support for Uyghurs in China
May 02, 2019

Taiwan Voices Support for Uyghurs in China

By Wen Lii
The human rights crisis in Xinjiang foreshadows Taiwan’s future under PRC control, and the island knows it.

Kazakhstan’s Xinjiang Dilemma
May 01, 2019

Kazakhstan’s Xinjiang Dilemma

By Nazira Kozhanova
China’s crackdown on Muslims in its far west has become a domestic issue for the Kazakh government.
On Xinjiang, Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan Bend to Beijing's Will
April 01, 2019

On Xinjiang, Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan Bend to Beijing's Will

By Catherine Putz
As ethnic Kyrgyz and Kazakhs continue to disappear into Chinese detention, Bishkek and Nur-Sultan are staying quiet.

The Dragon and the Kiwi: New Zealand’s Ardern in China
April 01, 2019

The Dragon and the Kiwi: New Zealand’s Ardern in China

By Eleanor Albert
Can New Zealand's model for China relations survive recent frictions?
China’s Double Standard on Terrorism
March 15, 2019

China’s Double Standard on Terrorism

By Bonnie Girard
While Beijing clamps down on Muslims in its own territory, it provides cover for Pakistan’s support of extremist groups.

Even China’s ‘Model’ Uyghurs Aren’t Safe
March 14, 2019

Even China’s ‘Model’ Uyghurs Aren’t Safe

By Kelly Ng
Uyghurs who have tried hard to assimilate into the majority Han Chinese culture have not been spared from detention.

Is This the Closing of the Kazakh Window Into Xinjiang?
March 11, 2019

Is This the Closing of the Kazakh Window Into Xinjiang?

By Catherine Putz
With the arrest of Serikzhan Bilash, a movement that gave the world a view into the Xinjiang crisis has an uncertain future.

The Kazakh Window Into the Xinjiang Crisis
March 06, 2019

The Kazakh Window Into the Xinjiang Crisis

By Catherine Putz
Kazakhs remain the most accessible window into the crisis in Xinjiang, but how long will that window remain open?
As Global Democracy Retreats, Ethnic Cleansing Is on the Rise
February 23, 2019

As Global Democracy Retreats, Ethnic Cleansing Is on the Rise

By Michael J. Abramowitz and Arch Puddington
The international norm against ethnic cleansing is not just being swept aside. It is at risk of being replaced.

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