As victims of Beijing’s ethnic cleansing shared their experiences at a New York conference, it became impossible to see the Uyghur genocide as a distant crisis.
The significance of Japan-China talks lies in the candid exchange of opinions, even though it may be painful for the Chinese leaders to hear.
The UN has recognized China’s oppression of its Uyghur minority. The international community needs to apply pressure on the Chinese government to stop.
The US State Department’s “2021 Country Reports on Human Rights Practices” recognizes the problem and its depth — a first step towards resolving it.
What’s keeping Prime Minister Kishida and the Liberal Democratic Party from expressly condemning China’s human rights violations?
To boycott or not? While trade with China represents nearly a quarter of Japan’s market, customers and investors are concerned about human rights issues, too.
The LDP and Komeito water down, then shelve, the Diet resolution condemning China’s serious human rights violations. Shameful.
China hopes Japan will be swept up into its propaganda campaign. Athletes face a dilemma, but it's not the government's job to impose a sporting ban.
The U.S., U.K., Australia, and Canada have announced diplomatic boycott of the 2022 Winter Olympics over China’s human rights abuses.
The Olympic Charter honors human rights. After the Beijing 2022 Winter Olympics, will China continue to ignore calls from the international community to halt its human...
Beijing seeks unlimited access to Afghanistan’s mineral wealth and guarantees against interference in its Xinjiang region, forgetting that this neighbor is a different ball game altogether.
China’s human rights violations and nuclear threat bring back memories of the 1964 Tokyo Olympics, and the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan that sparked the 1980 Moscow...