Implement Recommendations of the U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom
Part of a Series
The Commission has long listed China as a Country of Particular Concern with regard to violations of religious freedom and issued a set of recommendations to respond to those violations, but many of them, such as prohibiting U.S. companies doing business in China from engaging in practices that would constitute or facilitate violations of religious freedom or increasing radio broadcasts in the Uighur language, have gone unimplemented. The recommendations of the Commission should be reviewed by Congress and the Obama administration and a determination made as to which are most feasible and how they should be enacted.
For more on this topic, please see:
- Strategic Persistence: How the United States Can Help Improve Human Rights in China by William F. Schulz