New York Times Op-Ed

China’s extrajudicial internment camps—ostensible “training centers” that teach law, Mandarin, and vocational skills—forcibly subject Uighurs and other Muslim minorities to political indoctrination. The camps reveal a familiar logic that has long defined the Chinese state’s relationship with its public: a paternalistic approach that pathologizes deviant thought, then tries to forcefully transform it.

Art direction: Alex Hunting