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‘China’s big mistake’ in Xinjiang

“Pakistani businessmen whose wives and children are trapped in China’s restive Xinjiang are traveling to Beijing to lobby their embassy,”…

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Pakistan raises treatment of Uyghurs with China

The Nation, a respected Pakistani newspaper, has this noteworthy report: Pakistan has demanded China to soften restrictions on Chinese Muslims…

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Increasing Uyghur activism abroad against abuses in Xinjiang

The South China Morning Post says: “Emboldened by international scrutiny, the American Uyghur diaspora is increasingly willing to publicly condemn…

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Beijing dismisses reports of enormous abuses in Xinjiang

As we noted in our Access newsletter yesterday (paywall), several events coincided over the weekend and on Monday that signaled the…

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Will the U.S. sanction China over its Muslim ‘re-education’ camps?

Over the past year, a vast system of extralegal internment camps for Muslims in China’s far-western region of Xinjiang has…

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Xinjiang, and a journalist expelled from China

Yesterday, BuzzFeed’s Beijing bureau chief, Megha Rajagopalan, tweeted: It is bittersweet to leave Beijing after spending six wonderful and eye-opening…

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Re-education camps in China’s ‘no-rights zone’ for Muslims: What everyone needs to know

Update: For a more current look at the situation in Xinjiang, see our August 2019 article: China’s ‘social re-engineering’ of…

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Propaganda about Xinjiang re-education camps

On Monday, China said there were “no such thing as re-education centers” in Xinjiang, denying all the abuses alleged at the…

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A hotpot of mixed up news

In no particular order: The future of a bitcoin billionaire Bitmain is the dominant force in bitcoin and cryptocurrency mining…

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Xinjiang in the spotlight at forthcoming UN hearing

Today, from 10 a.m. – 1 p.m. Geneva time (4 a.m. – 7 a.m. EST, or starting 4 p.m. China…

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The ‘happiest Muslims in the world’ and their GPS trackers

“How the ‘Happiest Muslims in the World’ are coping with their happiness” is the caustic title of a grim account…

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A police state of historic proportion: Criminal arrests up 731 percent in Xinjiang

Xinjiang, the farthest west and most heavily Muslim jurisdiction under Beijing’s rule, has become a high-tech, all-encompassing police state with few historical…

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New burial artifacts discovered in Xinjiang

These findings, which included a horse skeleton, shed light on what life was like in Xinjiang more than 2,000…

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$9 billion spent on surveillance tech in Xinjiang in 2017

Evidence of a vast system of “re-education camps” in Xinjiang  is growing even as the Chinese government continues to deny…

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A chill for Uyghurs sweeps across the Mediterranean

A summary of the top news in Chinese politics and current affairs for August 3, 2017. Part of the daily…

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