Uyghur

Briefing Series: Is the “Chinese Nation” concept a means of persecuting minorities?

By: Jianli Yang and Lianchao Han Ethnic Mongolians, including students and parents, in China’s Inner Mongolia region have been in recent weeks venting their anger in rare public protests against a new bilingual education policy introduced by the Chinese Communist...

Daily Clout: Coalition demands Congress support legislation to abolish forced labor programs in China

By Dr. Jianli Yang A large coalition of religious leaders, scholars and human rights advocates urge Congress to ensure American dollars are not funding oppression in China. A coalition of 150 organizations, religious leaders, scholars and human rights advocates who...

Cotton goods from China tainted with Uyghur forced labour

By Jianli Yang and Lianchao Han The Department of Homeland Security announced today that U.S. Customs and Border Patrol agents would begin turning away products sourced from forced labor in the Xinjiang region of China, where more than a million Muslims, mostly of the...

Newsweek: We Face the Specter of Genocide in Xinjiang

By: Jianli Yang & Aaron Rhodes 8/12/20 "Genocide" is a word that should only be used with great caution in the world of international relations and human rights. If genocide is recognized and verified, it imposes an unconditional moral obligation to intervene to...