July 6, 2018

How China Utilized Misinformation to Legitimize Repression in Xinjiang

By: Drew Jones | Introduction The Chinese Communist Party (CCP) has long viewed the lands of Xinjiang as vital to its strategic interests. The region provides […]
March 14, 2017

Inscribing the Tiananmen Massacre on UNESCO’s Memory of the World

By: Sebra Yen | The Project 2049 Institute sat down with Dr. Han Lianchao for an interview on his Tiananmen-UNESCO Project entitled, “Inscribing the Tiananmen Massacre on UNESCO’s Memory […]
May 31, 2016

Burmese NGO Pushes for Reparations for Political Prisoners

Julia Bowie | The Assistance Association for Political Prisoners (AAPP) has released the first comprehensive study of Burma’s political prisoners, revealing judicial abuse, systematic torture, and enormous barriers to reintegration. […]
July 22, 2015

Of Monarchs and Military Men: The Political Pathologies that Undermine Democracy in Burma and Thailand

By: Kelley Currie | Since a 2012 outbreak of communal violence targeting Rohingyas in Burma, the trafficking business had been booming. Subsequent official persecution intended to […]
April 8, 2015

Chinese Religious Regulations in the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region: A Veiled Threat to Turkic Muslims?

By: Julia Famularo Radical Islam constitutes a growing challenge in the immediate periphery of the People’s Republic of China (PRC) and beyond. Chinese Communist Party (CCP) […]
December 9, 2010

Mirage or Reality? Asia’s Emerging Human Rights and Democracy Architecture

By: Kelly Currie | The report examines the history, current status and future trends of the ASEAN Intergovernmental Commission on Human Rights (AICHR), the Bali Democracy […]
November 27, 2009

Obama Navigates Human Rights in Asia

By: Kelly Currie | As President Obama prepares to depart China, it seems like a good time to check in on how his trip is going, […]
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