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Apr 27, 2009

It may still be early days, but China caught a glimpse this month of the young Chinese Communist Party (CCP) leaders slated to take over the reins of the country in 2022.

Apr 27, 2009

The United States is "relatively close" to making decisions on what to do with an initial group of Guantanamo Bay detainees, U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder said Sunday.

Apr 25, 2009

17 Ethnic Uyghurs Originally from China Might Soon Enter the United States

Apr 24, 2009

The Obama administration is preparing to admit into the United States as many as seven Chinese Muslims who have been imprisoned at Guantanamo Bay in the first release of any of the detainees into this country, according to current and former U.S. officials.

Apr 24, 2009

A top US lawmaker warned Friday against any release of Chinese ethnic Uighurs held at Guantanamo Bay into the United States, urging the White House to "guarantee" the public's safety beforehand.

Apr 24, 2009

A Chinese law enforcement agency has been using a training manual which advises officers on how to use violence without leaving incriminating evidence behind.

Apr 24, 2009

Adil Hakimjan, who spent more than four years in Guantánamo, is hoping to stay in Sweden. Although the country has granted him political asylum, the decision is being appealed and has come under fire from China, which considers Mr. Hakimjan and other Uighurs detained at Guantánamo to be domestic terrorists.

Apr 23, 2009

U.S. Education Secretary Arne Duncan has signed a formal educational partnership agrement with the Peoples Republic of China, a Communist regime that, according to the U.S. State Department, subjects political dissidents to re-education through labor.

Apr 23, 2009

The public face of the Communist Party of China has softened in many ways since the country began the long process of 'opening up', but in one particular regard it remains impassive, overbearing and, to my eyes, downright brutal.

Apr 23, 2009

China on Thursday urged the United States not to let the Dalai Lama, whom Beijing brands a separatist, visit the country. The exiled Tibetan spiritual leader, who fled his homeland in 1959 after a failed uprising against Chinese rule, starts a visit to the United States this week.

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