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Darren Byler’s field study of Xinjiang evokes the shadow of concentration camps — with the added cruelty of a 21st-century surveillance system
Two administrators received fellowships to attend university’s centre on governance and innovation
Commons and Lords Speakers act in response to 5 MPs being among 10 people placed under Beijing sanctions
Beijing is ready to co-operate with Taliban to prevent chaos across its border, diplomats say
John Donahoe’s defence comes after sportswear group was ensnared in controversy over Xinjiang
White House steps up pressure on China over ‘inhumane’ use of Uyghur forced labour
Daqo New Energy insists there is ‘no such thing’ as forced labour at its plant in Shihezi
US House Speaker adds pressure on China over claims of abuses against Uyghurs in Xinjiang
State department points to Beijing’s ‘ambitious’ surveillance effort to crack down on ‘entire region’
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Beijing condemns non-binding vote that puts pressure on UK government to take harder line
The country’s social media offensive over Xinjiang is in overdrive — and backfiring in the west
As Chinese companies and celebrities cut ties over cotton sourcing, western brands rethink what information to share where
Ankara takes action over China embassy tweet that targeted Turkish politicians critical of Beijing
Biden administration floats idea with allies in response to China’s persecution of Uyghurs
Foreign companies in China are squeezed between principles and profits
Diplomatic row over Xinjiang abuse allegations risks lasting impact on foreign brands attempting to clean up supply chains
State broadcaster blames ‘terrorist threat’ to justify clampdown on Uyghurs in region
Companies in invidious position as both sides ratchet up pressure over Xinjiang
Action against H&M and Nike shows intolerance of scrutiny over Xinjiang
State department’s 2020 review takes hard line on Beijing as well as Saudi Arabia and Myanmar
There is a price to pay for staying friends with China by using cotton or garments forced labour may have produced
Essex Court was targeted by Beijing in wake of members’ advice to NGOs on internment of Uyghurs
China imposes sanctions and warns criticism of internment camps threatens to undermine relations