One Big Thing: Do you think athletes should boycott the 2022 Beijing Olympics?
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This weekend, China threatened to sanction any countries whose athletes decide to boycott next year’s Winter Olympic games in Beijing. This was prompted by several British members of Parliament who called for a boycott over China’s human rights abuses against Uighurs in Northwest China. In the United States, there has been strong bipartisan agreement that China’s actions against Uighurs has constituted genocide and that action must be taken. In his first high-level interaction with Beijing, Secretary of State Anthony Blinken made it clear that China will be held accountable for its numerous human rights abuses including against Uighurs, Hong Kong protesters and in Tibet. Congressman Tom Malinowski also pointed out that The United States cannot accuse a government of genocide, then proceed to have the Olympics in that same country.
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