Two new blows against Chinese network equipment giant Huawei landed this week, in the form of additional U.S. legal charges and reports of “smoking gun” evidence that the company’s products constitute a serious...
by Samuel Wade | Feb 4, 2020
The British government last week unveiled a new policy on Huawei’s role in the U.K.’s nascent 5G cellular network amid suspicion of Chinese authorities’ influence over the firm. Huawei has been labeled a...
by Josh Rudolph | Nov 20, 2019
Simon Cheng, the 29-year-old Hong Kong resident formerly employed by the U.K. consulate who was detained in China for 15 days in August and accused in state-affiliated media of “soliciting prostitutes,” has now...
by Cindy | Oct 3, 2018
Kong Linlin, a London-based reporter with Chinese state broadcaster’s English-language China...
by Josh Rudolph | Oct 12, 2017
Conservative UK human rights activist Benedict Rogers, who worked as a journalist for five years...
by Sophie Beach | Jan 6, 2017
Documents recently unclassified by the U.K.’s National Archives reveal that the British...
by Samuel Wade | Aug 10, 2016
Britain’s former Prime Minister David Cameron and his Chancellor George Osborne spent...
by Samuel Wade | Jun 29, 2016
The following censorship instructions, issued to the media by government authorities, have been...
by Samuel Wade | Dec 16, 2015
Leading rights lawyer Pu Zhiqiang stood trial in Beijing on Monday, charged with inciting ethnic...
by Samuel Wade | Dec 9, 2015
Shao Jiang, a veteran of the 1989 Tiananmen protests, has filed an official complaint with the...
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