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The Tory Report: China’s Horrific Human Rights Violations Over the Past 5 Years

The United Kingdom Conservative Party Human Rights Commission recently released a report detailing human rights abuses perpetrated by the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) between...

Arrests of Hong Kong Dissidents Receive Widespread International Condemnation

Secretaries of State from Australia, Canada, the United Kingdom, and the United States signed a joint letter on Jan. 9 condemning the arrest of...

Pompeo: The Chinese People Want a Different Path Than the Communist Party

In a recent interview, U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo described America’s rapidly shifting policies toward Beijing, saying: “We’ve now changed fundamentally how I...

Hundreds of Lawmakers Call Out China for Persecution of Falun Gong

Over 900 lawmakers from 35 countries issued a joint statement condemning the persecution of Falun Gong on Dec. 10, International Human Rights Day. According to...

Switzerland Allowed Chinese Security Agents to ‘Roam Freely, Unsupervised’

Swiss authorities are in damage control after it became public knowledge they had a secret 5-year deal that allowed Chinese security agents to “roam...

China and Its Use of Hostage Diplomacy

Hostage diplomacy is a political tactic in which a country keeps a few people from another nation hostage so as to gain an upper...

Arsenal Soccer Star Mesut Özil Punished for Speaking About Uyghur Persecution

Soccer midfielder Mesut Özil, who plays for Arsenal, has been left off of the club’s Europa League and Premier League squads. Özil has previously...

US Diplomat: ‘China Is a Lawless Bully’

David Stilwell, U.S. Assistant Secretary of State for the Bureau of East Asian and Pacific Affairs, has called China a “lawless bully” for its...

Chinese Human Rights Lawyer Sentenced to 4 Years Prison in Secret Trial

The family of Chinese human rights lawyer Yu Wensheng has learned that he has been secretly sentenced to four years jail for “inciting subversion...

The Making of ‘Finding Courage’

In many ways, the documentary Finding Courage is an accidental film. Its director, Kay Rubacek from Swoop Films, initially never sought to make it...

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