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China Studies

  New research by Dr. Adrian Zenz, Senior Fellow and Director in China Studies at the Victims of Communism Memorial Foundation (VOC), shows in greater detail than before how Xinjiang’s mass internment campaign was masterminded and directed by the central Chinese… Read More

In a new report from VOC’s China Studies Center, Dr. Adrian Zenz dissects the PRC’s forced labor policies in Xinjiang and Tibet and provides suggestions for the US government to better monitor and analyze Beijing’s human rights violations. As the… 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 Conceptual Analysis of State-Sponsored Forced… Read More

Unemployment Monitoring and Early Warning: New Trends in Xinjiang’s Coercive Labor Placement Systems Early warning brief published with The Jamestown Foundation Summary Dr. Adrian Zenz is one of the world’s leading scholars on People’s Republic of China (PRC) government policies… Read More

Scholar Adrian Zenz’s Newly Released “Xinjiang Police Files” Affirm Scale of Campaign and Beijing’s Role in Shaping It Article published with ChinaFile, online magazine of the Asia Society’s Center on U.S.-China Relations Executive Summary From 2017, the Chinese government detained over… Read More

Re-Education Camp Security and Political Paranoia in the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region Peer reviewed academic article published with the Journal of the European Association for Chinese Studies Executive Summary From 2017, the Chinese government detained over one million Uyghurs in Xinjiang… Read More

Executive Summary The dead donor rule is fundamental to transplant ethics. The rule states that organ procurement must not commence until the donor is both dead and formally pronounced so, and by the same token, that procurement of organs must… Read More

Executive Summary The US private sector increasingly finds itself at the heart of US-China geopolitical tension. In their endeavor to capture Chinese markets and boost their bottom lines, American corporations have increasingly supported Beijing’s military modernization, surveillance state, domestic securitization,… Read More