Beijing’s propaganda campaign, including 11 media briefings, has repeatedly included efforts to discredit overseas Uighurs who speak to media.
Uyghur People articles on Democracy Chronicles
The Uyghur people are a largely Muslim ethnic group that is native to Central Asia. The Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region in China's west is under tight control of the central government. Also see our articles on China and Tibetan People.
A digital illustration by Chinese propaganda artist mocks Western governments, media, and companies for criticizing Xinjiang labor conditions.
There is a row over Xinjiang cotton as clothing companies protest forced labor in Xinjiang to produce the cotton and China fights back.
China is erasing H&M from the internet as part of its backlash against any businesses or individuals critiquing its actions in Xinjiang.
Thousands in mainland China flocked to an app, engaging in discussions with users from Hong Kong, Taiwan, and the Uyghur diaspora.
The BBC has produced a shocking new report about the systematic rape and torture of women in the camps.
When do autocrats employ propaganda to threaten citizens with repression? Do threats of repression condition citizen behavior?
China’s advanced surveillance regime is taking root along the length of the Belt and Road —especially the Belt, the overland Eurasian routes.
“China’s Muslim Uighurs face systematic oppression. Their…province…Xinjiang is a police state – an estimated one million of them…detained in camps…”
China is in danger of losing its grip over Tibet and Xinjiang and needs a radical reset of its ethnic policies, experts suggest.