China in Afghanistan: Trade and Terrorism
By Mercy A. Kuo
Insights from Sean Roberts.
China’s Afghanistan Gambit
By Barbara Kelemen
The pace of the Taliban’s military advancement on the eve of the U.S. pullout not only stokes worries of regional spillover, but also shines a spotlight on China.
Time to Confront China’s ‘Counterterrorism’ Claims in Xinjiang
By Gray Sergeant and Isabel Sawkins
Beijing has defended its actions against Muslims by saying they are necessary to weed out terrorism. That claim cannot go unchallenged.
Why China’s Xinjiang Propaganda Fails
By Jo Kim
China’s defense of its Xinjiang approach as a necessary counterterrorism strategy has fallen flat abroad.
China’s Double Standard on Terrorism
By Bonnie Girard
While Beijing clamps down on Muslims in its own territory, it provides cover for Pakistan’s support of extremist groups.
Can India Use Boycotts to Pressure China on Terror?
By Uday Khanapurkar
Ultimately, an Indian boycott of Chinese imports is neither feasible, nor effective, nor efficient.
Xinjiang: Life During a People's War on Terror
By Ruth Ingram
The CCP has co-opted ordinary citizens into war footing.
The ‘De-Extremitization’ Campaign in Xinjiang: A Cure Worse Than the Disease
By Marc Julienne
China's repression in Xinjiang is likely to backfire.
How 1980 Laid the Groundwork for China’s Major Foreign Policy Challenges
By Bonnie Girard
China’s policies on Afghanistan, Xinjiang, Russia, terrorism, and the trade war – all have their roots in the late Cold War era.
China's Belt and Road Initiative Faces New Security Challenges in 2018
By Chuchu Zhang and Chaowei Xiao
Terrorism, political instability, and geopolitical rivalries threaten to complicate China's BRI in 2018.
Is China’s Belt and Road Initiative Increasing Crime and Terrorism?
By Philip Dubow
Xi Jinping’s signature strategy will have unintended global consequences unless China changes its approach.
China’s Xinjiang Crackdown Continues
By Cal Wong
Even while Beijing pursues economic openness in the province, it's turning Xinjiang into a security state.