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Unjustly Detained in China for One Year

Michael Kovrig, wrongfully detained in China since 10 December 2018, has not been allowed to see his family.

Or a lawyer. Or to do most normal things. But one thing is certain: he is neither alone, nor forgotten.

  • International Crisis Group

More than 300 statesmen and women, academics and think tank leaders have signed petitions calling for Michael’s release, from Canada to Australia to Germany. Links to all their most important interventions can be found on his biography page on our website, or in…

A rising tide of editorials and opinion pieces in The New York Times, the Washington Post, the Globe and…

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