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Switzerland Allowed Chinese Security Agents to ‘Roam Freely, Unsupervised’

Swiss authorities are in damage control after it became public knowledge they had a secret 5-year deal that allowed Chinese security agents to “roam freely, unsupervised” in Switzerland. Human rights NGO Safeguard Defenders has investigated the deal after it became public knowledge thanks to an August 23 report by Swiss German-language newspaper NZZ am Sonntag. ...

Raven Montmorency

passengers in the Bern, Switzerland, railway station.

39 Countries Criticize China for Its Human Rights Violations

Diplomats from 39 Western nations have criticized China at the United Nations for violating the human rights of Uyghur Muslims, as well as compromising the autonomy of Hong Kong. UN Director Louis Charbonneau admitted that the organization must create an international mechanism to track and report rights violations committed by the Chinese regime. China’s human ...

Nspirement Staff

Christoph Heusgen.

Smuggled Poems of Hong Kong Bookseller Get Published in Sweden

Gui Minhai is a bookseller from Hong Kong who is currently languishing in prison because he offended the Chinese Communist Party (CCP). However, Gui succeeded in smuggling out a few poems he wrote in prison that were recently released as a collection by a Swedish publisher. Poems in captivity In total, the collection has 11 ...

Max Lu

Gui Minhai.

Humanity Vs. Communism: Human Rights Watch Blasts China in Recent Report

Human Rights Watch (HRW) recently published its World Report 2020, with a foreword by Executive Director Kenneth Roth, blasting China for its increasing human rights violations. It warns that Beijing sees human rights as an existential threat and is reacting in a way that could endanger the rights of humanity on a global level. Focus ...

Max Lu

A candlelight vigil in Hong Kong.

Lone Fighter: Slovakian President Criticizes China’s Human Rights Violations

Zuzana Čaputová, the Slovakian president, has recently criticized China for suppressing free speech and religious faiths in the country. Sworn in last month, 45-year-old Čaputová is the first female to become president of Slovakia and is also the country’s youngest president. Slovakian president standing up to China Most Eastern European nations have been silent on ...

Jack Roberts

Zuzana Čaputová billboard.

U.S. Will Ban Visas for Chinese Human Rights Violators

The United States is looking to restrict the entry of Chinese officials who have been identified as having been a part of human rights violations by banning visas. This involves the persecution of Falun Gong practitioners, Uyghur minorities, underground churches, and so on. Restricting visas to Chinese New visa applications of Chinese officials can be ...

Jack Roberts

U.S. passport and flag.