China Has Chosen Cultural Genocide in Xinjiang—For Now
It’s expensive to destroy a people without killing them, but Beijing is willing to pay the price.
Liu Xia’s Freedom Shows China Can Still Be Pressured
Even Beijing admitted the Nobel laureate's widow had committed no crime.
In China’s Far West, Companies Cash in on Surveillance Program That Targets Muslims
The firms profiting from China's rights abuses are often backed by Western investors.
U.S. Once Jailed Uighurs, Now Defends Them at U.N.
China tries to silence the group and lashes out at a U.S. diplomat.
On China’s New Silk Road, Democracy Pays A Toll
China's vast foreign investment program comes at a sharp cost to human rights and good governance
It’s Still (Just About) OK to Be Gay in China
Online protest has scored a solid win for LGBT rights — for now.
Life Inside China’s Social Credit Laboratory
The party’s massive experiment in ranking and monitoring Chinese citizens has already started.
China’s Campaign Against Uighur Diaspora Ramps Up
In its attempts to control Uighurs abroad, the Chinese government is holding families hostage.
A Summer Vacation in China’s Muslim Gulag
How one university student was almost buried by the "people's war on terror."
The Future of Particle Physics Will Live and Die in China
China's next-generation supercollider will unlock secrets of the universe — and destroy the ideals of the scientists running it.
The Chinese Think Liu Xiaobo Was Asking For It
Blaming the victim is the easiest way for people to sleep at night in a country where the government could crush you at any moment.
China and Russia Take the Helm of Interpol
Interpol’s election of a Chinese president and Russian vice president has human rights watchdogs scratching their heads.
The Complicated and Contradictory Legacy of Harry Wu
In life, he was one of China’s most respected dissidents. In death, a darker tale of extortion and sexual misconduct threatens to tarnish his legacy.
Leaked Email: ABA Cancels Book for Fear of ‘Upsetting the Chinese Government’
The American Bar Association insists the move was market-driven, but an employee email says otherwise.
You Have the Right to Remain Silent
Inside the fight over the American Bar Association's tepid condemnation of Beijing’s crackdown on lawyers and activists.
With Great Pandering Comes Great Responsibility
Britain’s big deals with Beijing are smart business, but can David Cameron’s government afford to estrange its Western allies?
Since When Does Xi Rule Britannia?
Britain's fawning reception of China's president is embarrassing -- and a horrible message about the importance of human rights.