Hong Kong and China: Will the European Union Support Human Rights?
Contradictory signals from Brussels. An excellent pro-Hong-Kong resolution has been passed, but the office of the Special Envoy for religious freedom in the world has been canceled.
Poverty Alleviation—Yet Another Tool to Control Xinjiang
In the name of fighting poverty, the CCP moves impoverished households from across China to Xinjiang, while sends Uyghurs to other provinces for forced labor.
House Churches Suppressed, Believers Arrested in Chongqing
Since the coronavirus restrictions started to be lifted in March, the CCP intensified attacks on Protestant venues that are not part of the state-run church.
Hong Kong Law, Meet the New Special Secret Anti-Dissident Agencies
The National Security Law creates four new bodies with practically unlimited powers, and no accountability except to the CCP government in Beijing.