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For the free world, 1989 is remembered as the Year of Miracles as the Berlin Wall fell and the facade of the Soviet Union began to crumble. But in China, 1989 went in a tragically different direction.

Captain Witold Pilecki was an intelligence officer, a cavalry officer, a gentleman, farmer, a community activist, a talented artist, a loving husband, and a doting father. Oxford’s M. R. D. Foot, a British historian and military intelligence officer, called him… Read More

The groundbreaking work of VOC’s China Studies team, led by Dr. Adrian Zenz, was heavily cited in a new report by the House Select Committee on the Chinese Communist Party. Underscoring the severity of Beijing’s crimes against the Uyghurs, the… Read More

“The Civics Alliance urges school boards around the country to adopt the Victims of Communism Memorial Day Resolution. The Resolution urges school districts to educate their students about the history of Communist regimes, which worldwide have killed more than 100 million… Read More

In an article titled What Evidence Shows About China and Uyghur Forced Labor Yahoo’s Jasmin Malik Chua breaks down the latest report from VOC’s Dr. Adrian Zenz. As Malik Chua writes, “If the furor over Uyghur forced labor in China shows no signs… Read More

In an article titled “As Liz Truss speaks out on China in Taiwan, new evidence emerges of abuse of Uyghur children,” the I’s Michael Day breaks down the latest report from VOC’s Dr. Adrian Zenz. As Day writes, “The research… Read More

In a new Foreign Policy op-ed, VOC’s Dr. Adrian Zenz argues that China’s use of coercive labor is getting less visible, but more intense. As Dr. Zenz writes, “Beijing has repeatedly claimed that there is ‘no forced labor’ in Xinjiang…. Read More

VOC’s CEO Ken Pope spoke with MarketWatch about the first anniversary of the Victims of Communism Museum. Does our nation’s capital need another museum? One foundation thought so, and nearly a year ago opened its Victims of Communism Museum at… Read More

The Journal of Communist and Post-Communist Studies, an international, peer-reviewed scholarly publication, has released a groundbreaking report by VOC’s lead China expert, Dr. Adrian Zenz. The paper, Coercive Labor in the Cotton Harvest in the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region and Uzbekistan: A Comparative… Read More

As Stuart Lau writes in POLITICO:  A new research paper previewed by POLITICO, Adrian Zenz, a leading scholar on Beijing’s repressive policies, casts doubt on the applicability of these rules by the ILO, a U.N. agency, arguing they were mainly drawn… Read More