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Thunder in Oslo

Originally published by Foreign Policy,04 May 2010 BY JAMES TRAUB Who owns human rights? For generations,

Turkish-Chinese Relations in the Shadow of the Uyghur Problem

Originally published by Today’s Zaman, 31 March 2010 Starting with the second half of 1990s, Turkish-Chinese

Turkish symposium calls Uighur region “forgotten Palestine”

A major international symposium called China to open East Turkestan to the world and stop all

The Exodus – Part II?

Originally published by Hürriyet, 18 March 2010 “The killings of Uighur Turks by the Chinese police

Dissidents Urge UN Against Cyber-Censorship

Originally published by Scoop, 13 March 2010 Press Release: Geneva Summit  Dissidents Urge UN To Endorse

Press Release drawing attention to severity of returning refugees to the countries in which they face prosecution and torture.

Originally published by UNPO, 9 February 2010 A conference entitled ‘Returning Refugees: Extradition to Torture’  took

Interview with Uighur Leader Rebiya Kadeer: The Dragon Fighter Speaks Up – Part 1

Originally published by Islam Online, 2 February 2010 In a glass-walled meeting room in an ultra-modern

Cambodia’s deportations ordered by China

Originally Published by United Press International, 21 January 2010 Niigata, Japan — After decades of isolation