The Chinese Communist Party’s (CCP) soft power agenda to influence Western society, from theft of intellectual property to restriction of academic freedom to outright spying, has continued to expand around the globe. Awareness of such […]

Chinese transplant officials’ appearance at an organ-trafficking conference hosted by the Vatican last year was just a hint of the Papacy’s increasing efforts to gain favor with the Chinese Communist Party (CCP). In February, the Vatican

Arizona Introduces Resolution Calling for End to China’s Forced Organ Harvesting On Feb. 23, the Arizona State House of Representatives passed a resolution urging federal lawmakers to take action by launching an investigation into forced

DAFOH’s executive director, Dr. Torsten Trey and internationally renowned human rights attorney, David Matas, Esq. explore the devolution of ethics surrounding China’s organ transplantation medicine in the Journal of Trafficking and Human Exploitation.[1] The relatively

Concern continues to grow over the impact the Chinese government has on academic institutions around the United States via its Confucius Institutes (CIs) and Chinese Students and Scholars Associations (CSSAs). Nearly four years ago, the American Association

On July 20, 2017, CA State Senator Joel Anderson (Rep., 38th district), along with four of his colleagues, initiated State Joint Resolution 10 (SJR 10), expressing concern over allegations of China’s forced organ harvesting practices.