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Chairs Issue Statement about Forced Labor in Apple’s Supply Chain in Xinjiang

June 8, 2021

The Congressional-Executive Commission on China urged Apple CEO Tim Cook to ensure that Apple’s supply chains are free of forced labor.

Statement by the Chairs on the 32nd Anniversary of the Violent Suppression of the Tiananmen Square Protests

June 4, 2021

The. Congressional-Executive Commission on China (CECC) issued the following statement commemorating the 32nd anniversary of the Tiananmen Square protests and their violent suppression.

CECC Chairs Urge NBA Players to End Endorsement Deals with Chinese Forced Labor

June 1, 2021

The Congressional-Executive Commission on China released a letter sent to National Basketball Players Association (NBPA) concerning the contracts between NBA players and Chinese sportswear companies that use cotton produced in the Xinjiang, China.

U.S. Dept. of Justice, The China Initiative: Year in Review, Nov. 16, 2020

November 16, 2020

The U.S. Department of Justice launched its China Initiative in 2018. It issued this progress report in late 2020.

Trump Administration, Trump on China – Putting America First, Nov.2, 2020

November 2, 2020

This collection of speeches, edited by National Security Advisor Robert O’Brien includes many of the speeches that are already a part of the USC US-China Institute documents collection.

Mike Pompeo and Betsy DeVos, Joint Letter to Commissioners of Education about China's Confucius Classrooms Program, October 14, 2020

October 14, 2020

The U.S. Secretary of State and U.S. Secretary of Education argue that China's Confucius Classrooms are an influence effort and should be constrained.

U.S.-China Economic and Security Review Commission, Overseas Chinese Students and Scholars in China’s Drive for Innovation, October 7, 2020

October 7, 2020

Commission statement: This report surveys an array of programs and policies the Chinese government has established over decades to exploit the scientific expertise of Chinese students and scholars studying in the United States for the purpose of accelerating China’s economic and military modernization. While the report examines the elaborate system of incentives the Chinese government employs to induce Chinese students and scholars to contribute scientific expertise to China’s national modernization goals, it does not intend to “profile” students from China, or to evaluate the degree of agency Chinese students and scholars have when faced with the opportunity to participate in these government-sponsored programs. This report assumes these programs target a minority of the overall Chinese student body, and that the majority of Chinese students contribute positively to U.S. research and society.

David Stilwell, Advancing U.S. Engagement and Countering China in the Indo-Pacific and Beyond, September 18, 2020

September 18, 2020

David Stilwell, U.S. Assistant Secretary of State for East Asian and Pacific Affairs, presented these remarks to open a hearing of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee.

Department of Defense, Military and Security Developments Involving the People’s Republic of China, 2020

September 9, 2020

Annual Report to Congress from the United States Department of Defense.

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