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“China’s Arctic Ambition” on the Trade and One Belt One Road Panel. Left to right: Thomas S. Axworthy, D’Arcy White (2L), Gil Lan. Not pictured: Cyndee Todgham Cherniak, Julia Qin. Photo credit: Maisy Tsui
Feb 28, 2019

For the past six years, the China Law Group has held an annual conference and organized a student-led discussion group on current issues related to the law in China and to China in international law.

 Louisa Greve, Director for External Affairs, Uyghur Human Rights Project
Feb 26, 2019

The Chinese Communist Party poses a fundamental threat to civilized values and a rules-based international order. The Party’s massive crackdown in 2018 is breathtaking, encompassing independent intellectuals, civil society, and religious believers of all kinds, including Christians, Falun Gong practitioners, Tibetan Buddhists, Chinese Buddhists, and Hui and Turkic Muslims across the length and breadth of China.

Feb 21, 2019

I was raised in the UK by parents who survived the Nazi occupation of Poland. I grew up hearing their stories of fear and deprivation.

Feb 14, 2019

While the international community debates the authenticity of a video of Uyghur musician Abdurehim Heyit, an exiled Uyghur in Finland kicks off a new online campaign demanding Beijing to release more evidence of the millions of others who are reportedly detained in Xinjiang’s re-education camps.

Feb 13, 2019

Çin’in Şincan Uygur Özerk Bölgesi’nde yaşayan Uygurlar’a yönelik politikaları uluslararası toplumun da gündeminde.

Feb 12, 2019

Academics have been urged to mention China’s persecution of Muslim minorities at every public event in which they participate

Feb 11, 2019

Public awareness in the United States of this situation is not nearly widespread enough.

Uyghur protesters in Frankfurt, Germany, call for an end to mass incarcerations in Xinjiang, Feb. 2, 2019. RFA
Feb 4, 2019

The Feb. 5, 1997 killings of peaceful Uyghur protesters by Chinese security forces left hundreds dead.

Xinjiang University President Tashpolat Teyip (R) with unidentified man, May 16, 2014.
Jan 30, 2019

Specific details are emerging about an alarming number of university teachers of China’s Uyghur Muslim minority identified as interned, imprisoned or forcibly disappeared in China – part of a major government crackdown on Uyghurs that has seen around 1 million detained in camps in Xinjiang province since 2017.

Jan 29, 2019

In the Chinese region of Xinjiang, tens of thousands of ethnic Uyghurs and other Muslim minorities have been detained inside enormous extrajudicial ‘re-education camps’.


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