Genocide in Xinjiang: The Word is No Longer Taboo
The U.S. officially adopted the designation, and in the UK an amendment to prevent trade with genocidal states was narrowly defeated.
China’s New National Defense Law: Xi, Military Expand Their Power
The revised legislation came into force on January 1 and gives the President and his Central Military Commission new powers to deploy troops to protect the CCP.
Church of Almighty God Members “Deprogrammed” in Jail
Under CCP’s “transformation” program, CAG members are abused and tortured, until they sign the “three statements,” promising to give up their belief.
Solidarity, Subsidiarity, and the Taxation of Spiritual Movements
Some reflection on the Republic of China’s Judicial Day, from the point of view of a Western scholar.