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The Chinese government’s persecution of Uighur Muslims has resonances with Nineteen Eighty-Four that go well beyond the intensive use of surveillance technology.
The US president's past relationship with his Chinese counterpart could come back to bite him.
From my Armenian ancestors to the Uighurs in modern China, how do you categorise horror so that the world responds?
The human rights lawyer on China’s abuses, defining genocide and challenging Aung San Suu Kyi in person.
A dossier claiming that China orchestrated a campaign to enlist the support of British politicians was leaked last week, but who is behind it?
The government is preparing to remove the company's telecoms equipment from our mobile networks, but it will take a decade – and some experts are concerned that it will create new problems.
As global lockdowns lift, prospects for the natural world look more fraught than ever.
16 June 1989: The Deng regime says no students died in Tiananmen Square. Here, a student who escaped asserts that a deliberate massacre took place.
By inviting citizens of Hong Kong to become citizens of the United Kingdom, Boris Johnson has raised questions about the government's policies on China.
The Hong Kong security law speaks of a power whose main problem is loneliness.
The new national security law threatens Hong Kong's autonomy and way of life.