Uyghur Women and Forced Marriages in China
By Tasnim Nazeer
Uyghurs report disturbing stories of their relatives in Xinjiang being forced to marry Han Chinese, part of Beijing’s strategy for diluting Uyghur heritage.
Dragon Boat Festival and Chinese Nation-Building in Xinjiang
By Timothy Grose
Forced observances of Han holidays are part of the CCP campaign to remake ethno-national loyalties among Turkic groups in Xinjiang.
The Soviet Origins of Xi’s Xinjiang Policy
By Christopher Vassallo
Behind the CCP’s horrific crackdown in Xinjiang is a desperate drive to avoid the mistakes that led to the USSR’s collapse.
Beyond Xinjiang: Xi Jinping’s Ethnic Crackdown
By James Leibold
The shifts in ethnic policy go well beyond Xinjiang. This is fundamental rethink of how the CCP manages ethnocultural diversity and its colonial possessions.
Tsai’s Apology Strengthens Taiwan’s Place at Front of Chinese Modernity
By Kerry Brown
Mainland China's ethnic policy could stand to learn a thing or two from Tsai's apology.
Tibet, Xinjiang, and China’s Strong State Complex
By Jing Yu
China's refusal to change its ethnic policy reflects a historical mindset.
How Beijing Turned Koreans Into Chinese
By Steven Denney and Christopher Green
Beijing's success at fostering national unity has most ethnic Koreans in northeast China identifying as Chinese.
China's 'Protracted War' in Xinjiang
By Shannon Tiezzi
One of China's top leaders preaches stability and ethnic unity in Xinjiang, even as news of more violence emerges.
Ramadan or Education: An Impossible Choice for China's Uyghurs
By Andi Zhou
China's policies force Uyghurs to choose between losing their cultural heritage and pursuing better living standards.