Scholars from eight countries hail Tiananmen and Religious Persecution in China as a valuable tool for both classrooms and human rights events.
Xi Jinping’s China believes to be a superior civilization able to lead the world. Ten million “colonists” are on a CCP’s mission to “civilize” the backward minorities.
Brussels’ hemicycle passed an urgent resolution on human rights and religious freedom in the land of the Red Dragon. We applaud it while noting a few faults.
During the Mondoreligioni festival, Massimo Introvigne’s book was introduced by sociologist PierLuigi Zoccatelli and lawyer Francesco Curto.
Well-known activist Rushan Abbas launches a new important initiative in 33 cities of 15 countries, starting today in Washington, D.C. Bitter Winter is at her side.
The “2018 Annual Report on the Chinese Communist Government’s Persecution of The Church of Almighty God” has been published. The situation is worsening.
A troika led by Riyadh is to give the final judgment on Beijing’s human rights record as a new $28 billion US dollars cooperation agreement ties the two countries.
A number of apps, media and VPNs are blocked from operating in China, where cyber-control against freedom of speech and information has become a national obsession.
In the name of national socialism, the despot Maduro has impoverished an entire people… with Xi Jinping’s money. It is the “Belt and Road Initiative,” stupid.
Great media coverage and two petitions to free them is an occasion to publicly share some details on their capture, detention and present state.