The Chinese Muslim Diaspora in Mecca: Lessons for the BRI in the Middle East
By Seong Hyeon Choi
From the earliest days, China's interactions with the Middle East were based not only on trade, but on religious and cultural connections.
The Human Costs of Controlling Xinjiang
By Zachary Torrey
Beijing has strong incentives to exert control in Xinjiang. The Uyghurs pay the price.
A Stark Choice for Cairo’s Chinese Muslims
By François Napoleon
As Egypt cracks down on Uyghur students, Chinese Muslims in Cairo are torn between economic opportunity and their faith.
12 Regions of China: The Gansu and Ningxia Corridors
By John Lee
China's gateway to Xinjiang was the first leg of the ancient Silk Road.
Anti-Muslim Sentiment Is Taking Over China's Social Media Scene
By Mu Chunshan
Why are Chinese netizens rallying against Muslims?
China’s Halal Constitution
By Matthew S. Erie
“Islamic” legislation stirs debate as the PRC engages the Muslim world.