Steve Shaw reports on the killing of a teenager in Tibet, which has sparked fresh calls for Western governments to review their relationship with China
Steve Shaw reports on China’s plans to build a major new dam on the Brahmaputra river
A Chinese Communist Party official, widely believed to be the mastermind of Beijing’s most draconian policies in Xinjiang and Tibet, needs international pressure applied to him over his systematic repression, say campaigners
Steve Shaw reports on Chinese Government documents revealing oppressive measures designed to change Tibetans’ lifestyles and remove the influence of their religious beliefs in military-style ‘training’ camps
Steve Shaw reports on the rivalry of the two superpowers over strategic resources and how autonomy for the Himalayan Kingdom could defuse it
As a summit between the EU and China takes place today, Steve Shaw looks at why it is important for the bloc to make clear to Beijing that it will not tolerate any attempts it makes to reshape Western democracies
Steve Shaw reports on a new agreement under which Tibetans crossing into Nepal to escape China’s oppression will be forced to return to the Communist country.
Worrying new figures seen by Byline Times show a significant drop in the past 12 years in the number of Tibetans successfully escaping China’s grip.
Steve Shaw examines how the infrastructure of surveillance and abuse, now being used against Uyghur Muslims in Xinjiang, was first developed by China to target Tibetans in order to change their identity.