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Virtual Event | Countering China’s Human Rights Abuses: A Conversation with Bernard-Henri Lévy
Demonstrators protest China's policies towards Uyghur Muslims and other minorities, in Jakarta, Indonesia on January 4, 2021. (Getty Images)
Demonstrators protest China's policies towards Uyghur Muslims and other minorities, in Jakarta, Indonesia on January 4, 2021. (Getty Images)

Virtual Event | Countering China’s Human Rights Abuses: A Conversation with Bernard-Henri Lévy

This event will premiere on this page at 12:00 p.m. EST, Tuesday, January 25. Register for the event here.

Despite the fact that China’s Communist regime is carrying out genocide and other atrocities in full view of the international community, democracies have been slow to come to the aid of the victims of Beijing’s abuses.

How can the United States and its democratic partners do more to punish the perpetrators and help the Uyghurs and other oppressed groups in China? Join Hudson Institute Senior Fellow Nury Turkel for a conversation with French philosopher, journalist, filmmaker, and activist Bernard-Henri Lévy on China, the Uyghur genocide, the diplomatic boycott of the Beijing Olympics, and the importance of American leadership on human rights.

Speakers

Bernard-Henri Lévy

Philosopher, journalist, filmmaker, and activist

Nury Turkel

Senior Fellow, Hudson Institute

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