Xinjiang re-education camps


US Congress Condemns China for Treatment of Uyghurs

Deutsche Welle

A U.S. bill that describes Beijing's treatment of Muslim minorities as "gross violations" of human rights has been overwhelmingly supported. China has refuted the claims, saying they are merely trying to combat terrorism.


How Technology Turned Its Back on Uyghurs

The Conversation

When the Chinese government first implemented cellphone networks in Xinjiang, social media platforms like WeChat became a major communication tool for Uyghurs — but it turned out to be a trap.


Despite Denials, China's Treatment of Uyghurs is Cultural Genocide

The Conversation

China says it is helping the Uyghurs, but its actions meet the threshold of cultural genocide.


Xinjiang Remains an Enigma in Indonesia's Relationship With China

Muhammad Zulfikar Rakhmat

The world's largest Muslim-majority country has been unable to take a strong stance against the 're-education camps.'


Trump Urged by Lawmakers to Take Action on China's Abuse of Muslims


US lawmakers said the Trump administration has taken 'no meaningful action' to stand up for China's ethnic Uyghur and other minority Muslims.


#MeTooUyghur: The Mystery of a Uyghur Musician Triggers an Online Campaign

William Yang

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.


'I Won't Stop': Kazakh Man Seeks Justice for Family in Xinjiang Crackdown

Global Voices

'Some Kazakhs were cowards. We don't say anything about what is happening to our neighbors until it happens to us.'


Norway, China and the Deep Hypocrisy of the 'Human Rights Dialogue' Ritual

Asia Dialogue

An October visit by Norway's royal couple – who claimed to have been unaware of Xinjiang's internment camps – checked all the boxes of what has become a ritualized process.


OPINION: Missing Photographer Is China's Latest Victim of Arbitrary Detention

Hilton Yip

Lu Guang, missing since Nov. 3 after traveling to Xinjiang, is the latest in an increasingly long list of forced disappearances.


Domestic Security Budgets Reveal Scope of China's Actions in Xinjiang

China Brief

An analysis of domestic spending shows the scope of Xinjiang's securitization and re-education campaign.

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