Give the gift of LIFE! Support the Population Research Institute!


Publications: PRI in the News

Vatican confirms consecration of first Chinese bishop following controversial Vatican-China deal

A Chinese priest of the Chinese Catholic Patriotic Association, a religious institution controlled by the country’s communist government, was ordained a bishop this week with Pope Francis’ approval. 

Read more.

US–China Trade War, Hong Kong Protests Expose China’s Critical Weaknesses: Steven Mosher

What’s really behind the protests in Hong Kong, where an estimated 2 million people—almost one-third of the city’s population—took to the streets on June 16? What do the people of Hong Kong stand to lose?

Read more.

Pro-Life Replies: Is abortion necessary to prevent overpopulation?

The latest video in Live Action’s “Pro-Life Replies” series was released today in response to the claim, “Abortion will stop overpopulation.”

Read more.

Cardinal appears in video pledging Hong Kong’s resistance to Chinese government

Cardinal Joseph Zen, 87, took part in a video protesting the erosion of the freedoms of the citizens of Hong Kong.

Read more.

Faithful Chinese bishop died under house arrest, denied a Catholic burial

A heroic bishop of the underground Catholic Church in China has died under house arrest and will not be permitted a Catholic burial.

Read more.

The CCP’s Totalitarian Vision for the World

PRI President Steven Mosher speaks with the Center for Security Policy on the Chinese Communist Party’s vision for the world. 

Read more.

Thirty Years After Tiananmen Massacre, China Remains a ‘Surveillance State’

Beijing has “ramped up” its digital-surveillance program “on a massive scale,” said Steven Mosher, an authority on China and the president of the Population Research Institute.

Read more.

Steven Mosher: After Tiananmen Massacre, China ‘Emptied Out the Hospitals’ of ‘Dead and Wounded’ to ‘Destroy the Evidence’

Population Research Institute President Steven Mosher recalled how Chinese authorities emptied Beijing’s hospitals of “dead and wounded” to “destroy the evidence” of what they had done in Tiananmen Square on June 4, 1989.

Read more.

Never miss an update!

Get our Weekly Briefing! We send out a well-researched, in-depth article on a variety of topics once a week, to large and growing English-speaking and Spanish-speaking audiences.