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What Xi Jinping Learned—And Didn’t Learn—From His Father About Xinjiang
November 26, 2019

What Xi Jinping Learned—And Didn’t Learn—From His Father About Xinjiang

By Joseph Torigian
Xi Zhongxun’s “soft touch” approach to the region contrasts dramatically with his son’s crackdown.

Tracking Down the Fruits of Xinjiang’s Forced Labor Industry
November 16, 2019

Tracking Down the Fruits of Xinjiang’s Forced Labor Industry

By Juozapas Bagdonas
A few clicks reveals several U.S. companies are benefiting from China’s oppression of Muslims.
Cotton and Corporate Responsibility: Fighting Forced Labor in Xinjiang and Uzbekistan
November 14, 2019

Cotton and Corporate Responsibility: Fighting Forced Labor in Xinjiang and Uzbekistan

By Catherine Putz
There are considerable differences with regard to forced labor in Uzbekistan and Xinjiang, but there is an underlying corporate responsibility to not engage in human rights abuses.

Trump’s Devastating Silence on China’s Human Rights Abuses 
October 16, 2019

Trump’s Devastating Silence on China’s Human Rights Abuses 

By Naz El-Khatib and Ashley Wood
Trump’s obsession with “strength” at the expense of human rights has been a defining feature of his views on China.

East Turkistan, West Papua and an Extraordinary Game of Football
October 16, 2019

East Turkistan, West Papua and an Extraordinary Game of Football

By Henryk Szadziewski
“For us, our passion for the game shows the world the skills and aspirations of our people.”

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.

The Trump Administration Needs Policies to Match its Xinjiang Criticism
October 04, 2019

The Trump Administration Needs Policies to Match its Xinjiang Criticism

By Lucille Greer
China is capitalizing on global apathy toward anti-Muslim bigotry led by the president of the United States.
Confronting China’s Suppression of Religion
August 29, 2019

Confronting China’s Suppression of Religion

By Farahnaz Ispahani
Instead of the Communist party's intolerance, democratic Taiwan offers a positive example.

What’s the Price of Freedom? Kazakh Activist Accepts Plea Deal
August 19, 2019

What’s the Price of Freedom? Kazakh Activist Accepts Plea Deal

By Catherine Putz
Serikzhan Bilash was released with a fine and a promise to end his activism for ethnic Kazakhs detained in China.

Smart Cities or Surveillance? Huawei in Central Asia
August 07, 2019

Smart Cities or Surveillance? Huawei in Central Asia

By Yau Tsz Yan
Chinese surveillance technologies are popular among Central Asia’s governments.

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.
Pelosi: US Risks Losing Moral Authority With Silence on Xinjiang
July 17, 2019

Pelosi: US Risks Losing Moral Authority With Silence on Xinjiang

By Catherine Putz
Speaking at the U.S. Ministerial to Advance Religious Freedom, Pelosi said Chen Quanguo should be subject to Global Magnitsky sanctions.

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