(中國人民武裝警察部隊, or simply 武警). China’s military police, placed under the authority of both the Ministry of Public Security and the Central Military Commission, an armed force of 1,5 million employed to fight terrorism and riots.
How United Front Manipulates Relations Between China and Switzerland
After the scandal of the secret deal on migrants and refugees, a study by the specialized Czech center Sinopsis sheds new light on a strange relationship.
Remembering December 1996 and the Repression of Tai Ji Men in Taiwan
A peaceful protest march and a Webinar focus on an old injustice that has not ended.
French Law on “Republican Principles”: What if It Would Promote More Freedom of Religion?
A new “White Paper” by Frédéric-Jérôme Pansier, Willy Fautré, and Massimo Introvigne, asks to use the law to modernize the French definition of religion.
The UK Conservative Party Report: China’s Deepening Darkness
An avalanche of damning rhetoric and condemnation of China poured from the pages of a new report out last week. But will action follow?