An estimated 74.6 percent of North Korean defectors become victims of human trafficking in China, and the situation is worse for female defectors.
Olivia Enos & Yujin KimOctober 2, 2019
Last spring, in the 53rd minute of a hotly contested soccer match between two of the most famous soccer clubs…
Reitsma MpindiSeptember 27, 2019
Is globalization strengthening shared moral values and behaviors among nation-states? Michael Ignatieff, who has written many journalistic and scholarly books…
Mark AmstutzSeptember 5, 2019
China needs to solve the Hong Kong problem, and time is running out before the October 1 National Day celebration,…
Jianli Yang & Aaron RhodesSeptember 4, 2019
Over the past few years, the People’s Republic of China has received international criticism for its harsh treatment of Uighur…
Chelsea Patterson SobolikAugust 15, 2019
When Chief Executive Carrie Lam and Hong Kong’s Legislative Council originally introduced the proposed extradition law in late March 2019,…
Olivia Enos & Sarah BrownAugust 13, 2019
There were two notable conferences in DC this past week: the second annual Ministerial on International Religious Freedom, hosted by…
Mark TooleyJuly 20, 2019
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo’s July 8 announcement of who would serve on the new State Department’s Commission on Unalienable Rights has drawn a wide critical reaction.
Paul MarshallJuly 15, 2019
A respected prosecutor chaired a panel of experts to examine whether China ended its practice of organ harvesting in 2006, as Beijing claims. These human rights advocates, physicians, and diverse leaders uncovered haunting violations.
Josh M. ShepherdJune 24, 2019
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