Sanctions are not enough to address the level of inhumanity found in the alleged occurrences and abuses that have taken place in the region. It certainly needs to be addressed but our relationship with China is so diluted with discussions over sanctions and placing blame. A huge issue that I find in placing sanctions over the “re-education” camps is in the details. Many Mexican immigrants have been detained over the last 4 years and a large number of those have been detained based solely on familial relationships. We’ve held them in detention centers in disturbing conditions and they’ve been subjected to similar abuses themselves, although, to our knowledge - not as extreme. I think before we start to point fingers and say any manner of treatment toward the populations being held in the camps in Xinjiang, we must self-reflect and evaluate what treatment the US deems is appropriate. We are not a good example right now.