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China and the Coming Biden Presidency
November 14, 2020

China and the Coming Biden Presidency

By Ankit Panda
How will U.S. President-elect Joe Biden manage the U.S.-China relationship?

What Forced Labor in Xinjiang Means for Supply Chain Due Diligence
October 03, 2020

What Forced Labor in Xinjiang Means for Supply Chain Due Diligence

By Andrew Samet
Can audit firms actually credibly audit in Xinjiang? Can they actually credibly audit in China at all?
China Buys Turkey’s Silence on Uyghur Oppression
August 21, 2020

China Buys Turkey’s Silence on Uyghur Oppression

By Aykan Erdemir and Philip Kowalski
Turkey has joined the list of majority Muslim countries that have opted for silence in dealing with the one of the most pressing human rights issues of our time.

How Does China View the Notion of a New ‘Cold War’?
August 07, 2020

How Does China View the Notion of a New ‘Cold War’?

By Ankit Panda
As U.S.-China relations fray, how does Beijing assess the situation?

Where Does the US Debate on China Policy Stand in Mid-2020?
July 16, 2020

Where Does the US Debate on China Policy Stand in Mid-2020?

By Robert Farley
There are many strains of American thinking about China today.

Before the Tiananmen Massacre, Uyghurs Led Their Own Protest
June 16, 2020

Before the Tiananmen Massacre, Uyghurs Led Their Own Protest

By Dolkun Isa
Remembering the 1988 demonstration that changed the course of the Uyghur rights movement.

US Report Finds Widespread Forced Uyghur Labor in China
March 13, 2020

US Report Finds Widespread Forced Uyghur Labor in China

By Associated Press
 U.S. lawmakers are pushing for a ban on imports from Xinjiang because of the widespread use of forced labor in the region.
US Looks to Central Asia to Stand Up to China on Xinjiang
February 07, 2020

US Looks to Central Asia to Stand Up to China on Xinjiang

By Catherine Putz
Washington's messaging is aimed both at Beijing and Central Asian capitals.

Another Ethnic Kazakh Escapes Deportation to Xinjiang
January 18, 2020

Another Ethnic Kazakh Escapes Deportation to Xinjiang

By Catherine Putz
A court in Zharkent decided to not deport Tilek Tabarikuly, another ethnic Kazakh who escaped across the border with China.

Documenting the Tragedy in Xinjiang: An Insider’s View of Atajurt
January 16, 2020

Documenting the Tragedy in Xinjiang: An Insider’s View of Atajurt

By Mehmet Volkan Kaşıkçı
Facing monumental challenges, the volunteers of Atajurt have dedicated themselves to advocating for those detained in Xinjiang.

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.

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