Adrian Zenz’s May 15 article, New Evidence for China’s Political Re-Education Campaign in Xinjiang, was cited in numerous press articles around the world. A selection of highlights:
- The Economist: China has turned Xinjiang into a police state like no other
- Washington Post: Former inmates of China’s ‘reeducation’ camps tell of brainwashing, torture
- Associated Press: Chinese mass-indoctrination camps evoke Cultural Revolution
- Foreign Policy: In China’s Far West, Companies Cash in on Surveillance Programs that Target Muslims
- Newsweek: Muslims Forced to Eat Pork and Drink Alcohol at Chinese Camps, Inmates Claim
- Globe and Mail (Canada): China detaining hundreds of thousands of Uighurs in prison-like centres: report
- Le Monde (France): En Chine, l’internement massif de Ouïgours pour « rééducation » confirmé par une étude
- El Pais (Spain; story was featured on front page): Torretas y alambradas: la campaña china de reeducación en Xinjiang
- Le Temps (Switzerland): La Chine incarcère les Ouïgours en masse
- Aftenposten (Norway): Kina bygger omskoleringsleirer med piggtråd og vakttårn. Omir Bekali sier han måtte refse seg selv i åtte måneder bak murene.
- Romania libera (Romania): Vânarea uigurilor, un fenomen mușamalizat de Beijing
- Al Bawaba (Jordan): Up to a Million Muslims Have Been Interred in China’s New A.I. Camps
Adrian’s research was the basis for the lead article in the Washington Post’s May 20th editorial page, China’s Repugnant Campaign to Destroy a Minority People. The Washington Post editorial was cited by Ambassador Kelley Currie, the U.S. Representative for Economic and Social Affairs to the U.N. in a speech at the UN condemning China’s activities in Xinjiang.
Following the publication of his Jamestown article, Adrian was also interviewed by numerous media outlets, including the BBC and Radio Free Asia.