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Western Nations Take Aim at China for Uyghur Persecution; Japan Stands Out

The United States, European Union, Canada, and Britain launched coordinated sanctions against Chinese officials over their involvement in persecuting the Uyghur minority in Xinjiang. The...

How the CCP Intimidates US Companies

The Chinese Communist Party’s propaganda and ideologies have received a boost from U.S. companies that self-censor and comply with the CCP’s demands to access...

Top US and China Diplomats To Meet in Anchorage, Alaska

U.S. President Joe Biden's top national security advisers will meet with Chinese diplomats on March 18 in a high-stakes showdown that could determine whether...

Americans Increasingly Concerned About Chinese Military, Cyberattacks: Pew Survey

A March 4 report by the Pew Research Center detailed the results of a survey on the American public’s feelings towards China. Attitudes on...

Human Rights Groups Call on Biden to Boycott the 2022 ‘Genocide Games’

The Biden administration has stated that it has yet to decide on whether to participate in the 2022 Winter Olympics scheduled to be held...

Organ Harvesting in China Denounced in UK and US Legislation

On Feb. 11, 2021, amendments to the Medicines and Medical Devices Bill (Bill 136) in the United Kingdom (UK) became law after receiving Royal...

FBI Investigating The Lincoln Project Co-Founder for Sexual Harassment of a Minor

The Lincoln Project, one of the most outspoken ‘Never Trump’ organizations, has announced that they will carry out an external investigation of co-founder John...

Biden Raises Taiwan and Human Rights Concerns With Xi During Phone Call

U.S. President Joe Biden and his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping held their first telephone call as leaders. The call took place on the evening...

Pro-Beijing Curriculum Targets Hong Kong Schoolchildren for Reeducation

Hong Kong’s controversial National Security Law is making itself further felt, this time in the city’s schools with a drastic revamp to the education...

Dutch Journalist Goes Undercover in West Papua

This Q&A was originally published November 30, 2015. Dutch journalist and filmmaker Rohan Radheya spent five months undercover to document West Papua’s ongoing struggle for independence from Indonesia’s brutal...

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