New Report Alleges: EU Finances Forced Abortions

Harsh Words for Fed from Beijing, Seoul

“China facing one child policy dilemma” – a demographic time bomb | BBC Video

Beijing demonstrators damage US ambassador’s car

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China: Can Organ-Harvesters Be Number One? | George Weigel

    George Weigel at EPPC: Despite some hiccups caused by the sorry state of the world economy, China is still The Future for many global analysts. Thomas Friedman of the New York Times has even suggested that Americans have a lot to learn politically from the economic successes of Chinese authoritarianism. That China is the rising world power seems taken for granted in many elite foreign policy circles. I’m not buying. I didn’t buy “Japan is Number One” when that was the mantra two decades ago, because Japan had severe demographic problems-as in, very few children; its lack of the most basic form of people power in the most elementary form, I thought, would soon become evident in economic weakness (as it has). China also has serious demographic problems. Thanks to a brutally enforced one-child policy

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U.S. joins China to undermine “traditional values” in Geneva

Chinese companies pull out of US stock markets

    Yahoo Finance: a Chinese business magazine said a state bank has provided $1 billion in loans to help companies with listings abroad move them to domestic exchanges . . . The withdrawals follow accusations of improper accounting by some companies and a deadlock between Beijing and Washington over whether U.S. regulators can oversee their China-based auditors. Some Chinese companies say they are pulling out of U.S. markets because a low share price fails to reflect the strength of their business. Withdrawing also eliminates the cost of complying with American financial reporting rules.

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China’s Catholics Go to Summer Camp

Trial of Chinese Ex-Official’s Wife Begins and Ends

China: “Expired Permit? Then we’ll need you to ‘agree’ to kill that child.”

Eliminating People to Help People?

Forced Abortion Victims File UN Complaint Against One-Child Policy

China Discourages Fasting For Uighur Muslims

Chinese Population Control Officials Earn Bonuses for Abortions

Chinese Communist Party Members Increasingly Attending Church, State Dep’t. Says

China Says Romney’s Comments On Jerusalem Wrong

China Calls Us Report On Religion Biased, Ignorant

Hong Kong Parents Protest ‘blatant Brainwashing’

China’s leaders meet, show unity before transition

China Intensifies Christian Persecution: Police Detain Church Leader

Chinese Woman Victimized by Forced Sterilization After Lawsuit

Reports of Forced Abortions Fuel Push to End Chinese Law

Public EU funds must not pay for forced abortion in China: Slovenian MEP

China, US to hold new round of human rights talks

China releases South Korean human rights activists

Chinese bishop, in custody since defying officials, resumes blog

U.S. taxpayers funding forced abortions in China through UNFPA

China probing bishop who quit government church

China gives family in forced-abortion case $11K

China: one bishop excommunicated, another arrested

European Parliament Condemns China’s One Child Policy And Sex Selective Abortion

New ‘late-term abortion’ row in China’s Fujian province

China bishop quits government posts, then isolated

Vatican urges China to avoid damaging gestures

Yet another Chinese woman lies motionless days after ‘voluntary’ abortion of 7-month-old

Russia, China, and Israel against Islamism?

Thousands protest Chinese rule as new Hong Kong leader sworn in

Forced Abortion Husband to Sue Chinese Officials

China blocks Bloomberg site after report on leader’s extreme wealth

Forced abortion reignites debate on China’s family planning laws

    The Hindu: Ms. Feng’s case has reignited debate about whether China should persist with its controversial family planning policies. According to Yang Zhizhu, a professor at the China Youth University for Political Sciences who has challenged the legality of family planning penalties, an increasing number of scholars, activists and ordinary citizens — with growing awareness of their rights — are questioning the enforcement of family planning rules, particularly with declining fertility rates across most cities.

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Husband in China forced abortion ‘missing’: family

Brutal Forced Abortion in China Confines Woman to Wheelchair Afterward

Chinese parents who lost only child ‘to sue’ government

Family in forced abortion case harassed in China

The brutal truth: A shocking case of forced abortion fuels resentment against China’s one-child policy

Fed Circuit Judges Attend Historic Intellectual Conference in China

Two Women and Two Trajectories in China

Abortion as tool of repression: 300,000 officials enforce China’s brutal one child policy

China Apologizes For Forced Abortion, Suspends Three

ADF calls on U.S. leaders to condemn forced abortion atrocity in China

China Human Rights Activist: State Dep’t Ignores Religious Freedom Issues in China

ADF calls on U.S. leaders to condemn forced abortion atrocity in China

‘Forced abortion’ picture causes uproar in China

Warning GRAPHIC: Chinese woman forcibly aborted at 7 months, dead baby photographed on bed beside mom

China: Detained Woman Facing Imminent Forced Abortion Asks For Help

Video: Ted Turner, Reduce population by five billion people

China looks to boost Internet limits on microblogs

Chinese police raid Islamic school; 12 kids hurt

China: “His choice: Denounce Jesus or face torture”

China warns foreign embassies publishing smog readings is illegal

China censors Tianamen remembrance vigils by hundreds of thousands

China Challenges Dollar With Yen-yuan Deal

China Hits Couple With Record Fine For Second Child

Chinese Gather in New York to Discuss 1-Child Policy; Chen Guangcheng to Speak