• A Roundtable Discussion on the Current Opportunities and Possibilities in the East Turkistan Case was held in Netherlands.
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How much of your stuff is linked to forced Uighur labour?

How much of your stuff is linked to forced Uighur labour?

Comment: Big brands must be held responsible for forced Uighur labour, no matter how far down their supply chain, writes Tasnim Nazeer. A new report conducted by the Australian Str ...

American companies must stop sourcing from Chinese forced labor camps

American companies must stop sourcing from Chinese forced labor camps

The posters on the wall alongside the Qingdao Taekwang Shoes Co. factory — the side where the Uighur workers enter and exit, and live in dorms — feature Communist Party propaganda ...

A round table meeting on the opportunities and possibilities that would be available in East Turkistan Case was held in the Hague, the Netherlands

A round table meeting on the opportunities and possibilities that would be available in East Turkistan Case was held in the Hague, the Netherlands

To discuss the opportunities that the international situation would bring to East Turkestan and the possibilities we had, a round table meeting on the opportunities and possibiliti ...

Google Translate supports new languages for the first time in four years, including Uyghur

Google Translate supports new languages for the first time in four years, including Uyghur

By Nick Statt@nickstatt  Feb 26, 2020, 12:30pm EST   Google Translate is adding support for five new languages today, bringing its total to 108 languages. The move marks the f ...

China Uighurs: Detained for beards, veils and internet browsing

China Uighurs: Detained for beards, veils and internet browsing

A document that appears to give the most powerful insight yet into how China determined the fate of hundreds of thousands of Muslims held in a network of internment camps has been ...

Don’t forget the Uighur amid the coronavirus crisis

Don’t forget the Uighur amid the coronavirus crisis

The world has been indifferent to the plight of the Uighurs, leading some to claim that coronavirus may be a punishment. by Omar Suleiman 14 Feb 2020 Men seen praying at the mosque ...

Senator Rubio Bringing Uighur Activist as State of the Union Guest

Senator Rubio Bringing Uighur Activist as State of the Union Guest

FILE PHOTO: U.S. Senator Marco Rubio (R-FL) talks to reporters following a classified national security briefing of the U.S. Senate on developments with Iran after attacks by Iran ...

Why I stand up against the Red Evil – China?

Abstract “The issue is more than religion, the issue is more than cultural identity, the issue is more than racism, it is a humanitarian crisis against humanity; it is a comprehensive genocide towards against Uyghurs in terms of culture, religion, language and identity”. I do claim these statements for last few years starting from year 2016. I used to be a neutral academician who mainly focus on academia an ...

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The Rāma Story and Sanskrit in Ancient Xinjiang

by Subhash Kak Most people do not know that until about a thousand years ago, the Tarim Basin (northwest of Tibet, which is the part of Xinjiang below the Tian Shin Mountains) was Indic in culture and it was a thriving part of the Sanskritic world; its people spoke the Gāndhārī language which many see as descended from Vedic Sanskrit, and Khotanese Saka, which is also closely related to Sanskrit. Perhaps th ...

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The Learning Curve: How Communist Party Officials are Applying Lessons from Prior “Transformation” Campaigns to Repression in Xinjiang

JamesTown Foundation Editor’s Note: This article continues coverage by China Brief of the ongoing efforts by the Chinese government to suppress dissent in Xinjiang (see China Brief, May 15 2018; and China Brief, November 5 2018). This article examines commonalities between the situation in Xinjiang and the government’s prior (and ongoing) efforts to suppress and “transform” practitioners of Falun Gong. Due ...

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China’s Protracted Securitization of Xinjiang: Origins of a Surveillance State

e-international Relations Xinjiang has recently been in the international spotlight due to the advent of what observers in the media and scholarly communities have described as a ‘security’, ‘police’, or ‘surveillance’ state (Rajagopalan 2018, Chin and Bürge 2017, Millward 2018). This refers to a conglomerate of security practices implemented by the Chinese authorities and mainly aimed at the Uyghur ethnic ...

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Uyghurs and Uyghur Identity

Dolkun Kamberi, Ph. D Introduction Great politicians will pass from the earth, and the strongest imperial states will collapse and disappear from a new generation’s memory, but wisdom, civilization, and cultural heritage will continue to play a significant role among human beings as long as there is human history. The land of the Uyghurs today consists of the Tarim, Junghar, and Turpan basins, situated in t ...

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