World  /  Published 24.05.22

Rights chief China bound

Michelle Bachelet is making a landmark trip to the region, where Beijing is alleged to have repressed Muslim minorities. China said it's hoping the visit can "clarify misinformation." T...
By Deutsche Welle

World  /  Published 05.01.22

Heat on Tesla over Xinjiang showroom

Tesla’s announcement that it has opened a showroom in Xinjiang has attracted criticism from US rights and trade groups, making it the latest foreign firm caught up in tensions related to the far...
By Reuters in Shanghai

Opinion  /  Published 23.12.21

Sport as geopolitics

The Cold War sentiment is arising globally. This year would be remembered for solidifying the fault lines between the United States of America and China and sport, like much else, is in the cross hair...
By Harsh V. Pant

World  /  Published 15.09.21

UK ban on China envoy

The Chinese ambassador to Britain has been banned from attending an event in the country’s parliament because Beijing imposed sanctions earlier this year on lawmakers who highlighted alleged hum...
By Reuters in London

Opinion  /  Published 20.08.21

When the West becomes dependent on the East

On YouTube, you can watch a video clip of Volkswagen’s chief executive, Herbert Diess, denying that he knows what’s going on in Xinjiang. When the BBC correspondent helpfully spells it out...
By Timothy Garton Ash


World  /  Published 12.06.21

Megha Rajagopalan wins Pulitzer prize

Megha Rajagopalan, an Indian-origin journalist, along with two contributors has won the Pulitzer Prize for innovative investigative reports that exposed a vast infrastructure of prisons and mass inter...
By PTI in New York

World  /  Published 09.03.21

China plans counter to foreign sanctions

China will speed up lawmaking aimed at countering foreign sanctions and “long-arm jurisdiction”, its parliament said on Monday, amid increasing pressure from Western countries over issues ...
By Reuters in Beijing

World  /  Published 04.09.20

UK probe into Uighur claims of ‘genocide’

A prominent British human rights lawyer is convening an independent tribunal in London to investigate whether the Chinese government’s alleged rights abuses against Uighur Muslims in the far wes...
By AP in London

World  /  Published 17.12.18

Locked away, forgotten: Uighur wives of Pakistani men

The last time Chaudhry Javed Atta saw his wife was over a year ago — the Pakistani trader in dried and fresh produce was leaving their home in northwestern China's heavily Muslim Xinjiang region to ...
By AP in Islamabad

Opinion  /  Published 09.12.19

Spare no effort to paint a picture

The passing of the Uighur Intervention and Global Humanitarian Unified Response Act by Congress in the United States of America has sent the Chinese press into a tizzy. Articles critical of the US hav...
By Neha Sahay


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