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Detained in China and Tibet : a directory of political and religious prisoners

Author: Robin Munro; Mickey Spiegel; Asia Watch Committee (U.S.)
Publisher: New York : Human Rights Watch, ©1994.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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The most comprehensive report on arbitrary detention in China and Tibet ever published, Detained in China and Tibet documents a pattern of systematic suppression of dissent--political and religious--from virtually every province of China and throughout the Tibetan plateau. With sources ranging from restricted-circulation (neibu), official documents to interviews with released detainees, the report charts the rise  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Directories
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Robin Munro; Mickey Spiegel; Asia Watch Committee (U.S.)
ISBN: 1564321053 9781564321053
OCLC Number: 29895690
Notes: Compilers: Robin Munro and Mickey Spiegel.
Description: xxviii, 632 pages ; 23 cm
Contents: Crackdown of 1993 --
Democracy movement prisoners --
Ethnic national prisoners --
Religious prisoners --
Long-term prisoners --
I: List of known counterrevolutionaries --
II: Alleged violent and other criminal cases --
III: Releases.
Responsibility: Asia Watch.

Abstract:

The most comprehensive report on arbitrary detention in China and Tibet ever published, Detained in China and Tibet documents a pattern of systematic suppression of dissent--political and religious--from virtually every province of China and throughout the Tibetan plateau. With sources ranging from restricted-circulation (neibu), official documents to interviews with released detainees, the report charts the rise and fall of underground organizations through the arrest of members of pro-democracy networks, labor federations, unofficial church congregations and traditional religious sects.

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