America’s China Strategy Is Working

The Atlantic. 20 September 2021

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xecutives at the fashion brand Eileen Fisher are no strangers to China—or to its enormous benefits and dangerous pitfalls: The American outfitter began manufacturing its clothing there about a quarter century ago, but last year, it realized that working in China could no longer be business as usual.

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New Study Finds High-Level Government Role in China’s Uyghur Internment Camps

RFA. 17 September 2021

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China’s top policy, legislative and advisory bodies were closely involved in the creation of the “Re-Education Internment Campaign” in Xinjiang that has sent some 1.8 million Uyghurs to detention camps and drawn genocide accusations against Beijing, according to a new report by a leading expert on the camp system.

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Hacks, threats and propaganda: how China tried to discredit the Uyghur Tribunal

Coda Story. 16 September 2021

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When Xinjiang camp survivor Erbakit Otarbay, from Kazakhstan, decided to give evidence at London’s Uyghur Tribunal earlier this week, he felt proud of himself. Here was a chance to be a witness at an independent hearing that sought to investigate the human rights crisis in the northwest of China. Before a panel of judges, he would be able to recount the horrors he experienced in government-run detention centers between 2017 and 2018, after visiting family in Xinjiang.

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China accuses Washington of ‘low political tricks’ over Uyghur exhibit

Reuters. 17 September 2021

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A U.S.-backed Uyghur photo exhibit of dozens of people who are missing or alleged to be held in camps in Xinjiang, China, opened in Switzerland on Thursday, prompting Beijing to issue a furious statement accusing Washington of “low political tricks”.

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‘Wall of the Disappeared’: U.S.-backed Uyghur exhibit opens in Geneva

Reuters. 16 September 2021

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A U.S.-backed Uyghur photo exhibit of dozens of people who are missing or alleged to be held in Chinese-run camps in Xinjiang, China opened in Switzerland on Thursday amid high tensions over human rights between Beijing and Washington.

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EU to propose ban on products made by forced labour – von der Leyen

Reuters. 15 September 2021

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The European Commission will propose an EU ban on products made by forced labour, its president Ursula von der Leyen said on Wednesday, adding that human dignity and freedom were more important than making money.

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Japan Must Take Legal Action Against Uniqlo

The Liberty Web. 9 September 2021

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A major focus of this year’s International Religious Freedom Summit was the issue of genocide against the Uyghurs in the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region. The Liberty spoke with a Uyghur lawyer and a speaker of this year’s Summit.

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Broadcasters urged to cancel plans to cover Beijing Olympics

AP News. 8 September 2021

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 Some of the world’s largest broadcasters including American network NBC are being asked by human rights groups to cancel plans to cover next year’s Winter Olympics in Beijing. The Winter Games are scheduled to open on Feb. 4.

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