The U.S. government has announced sanctions on 11 companies which allegedly use forced labor of Uyghurs—many of whom have been involuntarily transferred to work in factories from detention camps set up across Xinjiang—or...
by Josh Rudolph | Jul 10, 2020
Since 2017, as many as two million Uyghurs have been held in a mass detention campaign as part of a broader crackdown on local Uyghur culture and religiosity, While Chinese authorities continually deny claims made in a growing...
by Josh Rudolph | Dec 4, 2019
Following the U.S. Senate’s September passage of the Uyghur Human Rights Act, which some commentators saw as a potential watershed moment in the global stand against the ongoing crackdown on Uyghurs in Xinjiang, the U.S....
by Samuel Wade | Apr 5, 2019
As China’s internment camps in Xinjiang and their million-plus inhabitants attract mounting...
by Josh Rudolph | Jul 25, 2018
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by Samuel Wade | Jul 24, 2018
Liu Xia’s departure from China to Berlin three weeks ago appeared sudden after almost a year...
by Samuel Wade | Jul 10, 2018
Monday was the third anniversary of the beginning of the "709" or "Black Friday...
by Josh Rudolph | Apr 6, 2018
U.S. Senator Marco Rubio and Representative Chris Smith have sent a letter urging Ambassador to...
by Samuel Wade | Oct 6, 2017
The U.S. Congressional-Executive Commission on China issued its annual report on Thursday,...
by Samuel Wade | Sep 15, 2017
On December 23, outgoing U.S. president Barack Obama signed the Global Magnitsky Human Rights...
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