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Jul 15, 2016

I didn’t grow up in the most free of countries. There was always a looming knowledge that saying the wrong thing could land you in jail.

An ethnic Uighur woman carrying bread walks past armed Chinese paramilitary police in riot gear as they stand guard on a main street in the city of Urumqi in China's Xinjiang Autonomous Region. REUTERS/David Gray
Jul 13, 2016

Muslims in China are free to practice their faith — as long as it’s on the government’s terms

Jul 12, 2016

China might think Europe is weak right now, but the EU must not water down its commitment to human rights and democracy.

Jul 12, 2016

In Xinjiang, repressive state policies continued throughout 2015 amid escalating violence in the region, with security crackdowns and intrusive restrictions on free expression, assembly and movement.

Jul 5, 2016

AS DIPLOMATIC incidents go, it was not a big one, but for many people in Hong Kong and southern China it felt like the latest in a long line of slights

Jun 30, 2016

A Report of the Conservative Party Human Rights Commission

Jun 23, 2016

When Hong Kong bookseller Lam Wing-kee decided that he was going to hold a press conference to reveal what had happened to him after he disappeared for months into China, he had to know the stakes were high.

Students at a mosque at the Xinjiang Islamic Institute. Picture Mark Mallabone/The West Australian
Jun 20, 2016

Forty young scholars sit cross-legged in two rows with copies of the Koran open before them.

Jun 20, 2016

Madeleine Lovelle, Research Analyst, Global Food and Water Crises Research Programme

Jun 14, 2016

By harnessing Chinese chauvinism, the Chinese Dream could help revive China’s historical glory.

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