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Human rights repression in China seen worsening under Xi
Human rights repression in China seen deteriorating under leader Xi Jinping to become worst since the bloody crackdown on the 1989 pro-democracy protests in Tiananmen Square
Oct. 8, 2010: Liu Xiaobo awarded Nobel Peace Prize while in prison
The Nobel Peace Prize was awarded today to a Chinese dissident being held in prison and the reaction from leaders in Beijing was ferocious. The prize went to human rights activist Lila Zhao ball and President Obama who won last year's prize culturally as a media release. Tim Curley got the last TV
US Is Trolling the Chinese Embassy in DC
Members of Congress Are Trying To Rename The Street Outside The Chinese Embassy After Jailed Activist Liu Xiaobo.
The US Is Trolling the Chinese Embassy in DC
Rep Frank Wolf sponsored the measure to rename the street right outside the Chines Embassy after Liu Xiaobo.
Toplines from State Department Human Rights Report
The State Department released its annual report on human rights practices for 2013. Unveiling the report Thursday, Secretary of State John Kerry told reporters it was particularly timely: “It comes on the heels of one of the most momentous years in the struggle for greater...
China’s Jailed Nobel Laureate One Year Later
Last year’s Nobel Peace Prize winner, Liu Xiaobo, remains in his prison cell in the northeastern Chinese city of Jinzhou, while the world awaits the announcement of this year’s recipient and the Chinese government grows even more intolerant of dissent. Liu’s prize famously sat on...
Potential 2012 Presidential Contender Amb. Jon Huntsman Criticizes China's Human Rights Record In 'Farewell' Speech
United States Ambassador to China Jon Huntsman delivered a “farewell” speech in Shanghai on Wednesday less than a month before he is expected to leave his post there to begin campaigning for the 2012 Republican presidential nomination.
Prominent Chinese Artist Ai Weiwei Detained and Missing
The Artistic Director of the Olympic 'Bird's Nest' Stadium Is Government Critic
'Uprising' explores China's future global role
Will the 21st century belong to China? Three decades after the adoption of enterprise capitalism, China is on pace to become the world's largest economy, returning to the mantle it occupied from antiquity until the early 19th century, when a conservative bureaucracy drove it toward isolation while
Norwegian Nominates Wikileaks' Julian Assange for Nobel Peace Prize
Assange Cited for Promoting Human Rights, Democracy, Free Speech in Award Nomination