A Leaked Report Exposes Government’s Cover-up of Repressions Against Uyghurs in China

Global Voices

Following the leak, the local government in Xinjiang launched an investigation into all families known to have foreign connection.


Arab League Visits China’s Xinjiang Region, Rejects Uyghur Genocide

Voice of America

Experts say the praise that Beijing has reportedly received from diplomats and officials who took part in the trip is nothing more than “Chinese propaganda” and an attempt to whitewash human rights violations.


Von Der Leyen To Lay Out EU’s Position on China

Deutsche Welle

Ahead of her first official visit to Beijing, the European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen addresses Europe’s fraught relationship with China.


Can a Transnational Legislative Alliance Challenge China?

Deutsche Welle

The Inter-Parliamentary Alliance on China aims to coordinate democratic countries’ responses to China. Political analysts, however, say there are limitations to the group’s ability to formulate concrete measures.


China Blames Foreigners for Inciting Protests

Voice of America

Analysts say foreigners offering critical comments about the protests or making contacts with protesters could be blamed for instigating, shaping, and guiding the demonstrations.


Nationwide Protests in China Call For Easing Covid Curbs

Deutsche Welle

Protesters are demanding the easing of Covid-19 restrictions in Beijing and Shanghai. People also took to the streets in the northwestern Xinjiang region after deaths in an apartment fire were blamed on lockdowns.


UN Council Rejects Uyghur Resolution on China by Narrow Margin

Voice of America

This is the first time the council has considered a proposal to debate the human rights situation in Xinjiang.


Xinjiang Red Dates, Linked to Forced Labor, Sold in US

Voice of America

Report says 20% of world’s red dates come from the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region and are likely the products of forced labor.


Dizzy With Success: Xi Consolidates Repression in Xinjiang

The Interpreter

An “inspection tour” signals Beijing’s odious grip on the region and determination to control people’s identity.


UN Commissioner To Travel to Xinjiang on Long-delayed China Visit

Deutsche Welle

Human Rights Commissioner Michelle Bachelet has come under criticism for failing to release a report on Xinjiang commissioned more than three-and-a-half years ago. Human rights activists have been waiting for its publication for months, and called on her to release it without delay.

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