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Join us as we discuss how, with China’s ever growing need for raw materials, the country’s foreign policy is changing.
With recent events in Tibet raising questions about international support for the Olympics, our panel discusses the possibility of boycott.
This event will be chaired by Tim Marshall, Sky New's economics editor.
While the western media focuses on the well-worn stories of economic growth and human rights abuses, China is undergoing a huge economic and social transformation.
Investing in Tragedy makes the case that through its money, arms and politics, China has helped to sustain the violence in the war torn region of Darfur, Sudan....
Amnesty China Olympics cartoon: the first in a series of four animated films highlighting China's human rights record in the run-up to the Beijing Olympics.
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China holds unrivaled influence with the genocidal regime in Sudan....
The International Campaign for Tibet (ICT) works to promote human rights and democratic freedoms for the people of Tibet. ICT does the following:
In 2001, the International Olympic Committee elected Beijing, China as the host for the 2008 Summer Olympics....
The humanitarian crisis of the Tamil IDPs has been exacerbated further by the continuous downpour....