The Chinese Communist Party is exporting patterns of domestic control to censor unwanted news and stifle opposition viewpoints internationally.
The Congressional-Executive Commission on China’s 2013 Annual Report on human rights and rule of law developments in China.
Witnesses and physicians from China reveal that thousands of prisoners of conscience are being killed for their organs, which are sold on-demand for profit.
Facing international pressure about the unethical organ harvesting, China’s top health care official makes conflicting statements about the brutal practice.
A new computer analysis of the Chinese Communist Party’s censorship habits points to a strategy underpinned by fear of losing control over the masses
The publication of the piece is surprising because of the clutch of significant and sensitive issues it touches on: most prominently, the persecution of Falun Gong.
Air pollution has been linked to around 1.2 million premature Chinese deaths in 2010–around 40 percent of the total–according to new data.
Movement to renounce the Communist Party is changing China as people insist on their rights.
The idea of quitting the Party became the logical and inevitable progression.