U.S.-China Economic and Security Review Commission says hope of a reforming China has faded.
‘Phinh’s’ Thai employer physically abused her while she was working illegally as a maid.
The group says land marked for their relocation lacks the infrastructure to support them.
Bipartisan legislation would push for sanctions and set up a State Department coordinator on Xinjiang.
Despite UN sanctions against labor exports, Pyongyang residents see economic opportunities in China, Russia
Mother Mushroom says they are used as pawns in exchange for ‘economic benefits’ and global standing.
China's National Judges College party chief calls on Hong Kong branch members to 'fight against wrong words and actions.
A Bangladesh official says process of sending refugees to Myanmar should begin this week.
Lawmakers raise concerns that a private bridge used by the People's Liberation Army (PLA) could weaken the city's law enforcement.
Only those legally in the country will be resettled, with the rest sent back to Vietnam, a government spokesman says.