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Chinese Involvement in Global Jihad
June 25, 2014
Chinese Involvement in Global Jihad
Interactions between Uyghur militant groups and other terrorist networks pose a growing concern for China.
Chinese Involvement in Global Jihad
Should China Fear Islamic Insurgency?
May 29, 2014
Should China Fear Islamic Insurgency?
Xi Jinping may well be able to solve the violence in Xinjiang, but Beijing will need to change course.
Should China Fear Islamic Insurgency?
Can the U.S. and China Cooperate to Fight Terrorism?
May 03, 2014
Can the U.S. and China Cooperate to Fight Terrorism?
The U.S. and China should be working together to root out militant groups, particularly in Pakistan. So why aren't they?
Can the U.S. and China Cooperate to Fight Terrorism?
China Confirms 3 Dead, 79 Injured in Urumqi Terrorist Attack
May 01, 2014
China Confirms 3 Dead, 79 Injured in Urumqi Terrorist Attack
The Urumqi attack hints that the nature of separatism and terrorism in China is changing. So too must China's response.
China Confirms 3 Dead, 79 Injured in Urumqi Terrorist Attack
Turkestan Islamic Party Expresses Support for Kunming Attack
March 20, 2014
Turkestan Islamic Party Expresses Support for Kunming Attack
In an online video, TIP's leader praised the deadly attack in Kunming and promised further violence.
Turkestan Islamic Party Expresses Support for Kunming Attack
Beijing Wants Answers For Pakistan's Security Questions
February 21, 2014
Beijing Wants Answers For Pakistan's Security Questions
If Pakistan can't show progress on Beijing's security concerns, economic cooperation will stall.
Beijing Wants Answers For Pakistan's Security Questions
Xinjiang Trouble Echoes in Kyrgyzstan
February 02, 2014
Xinjiang Trouble Echoes in Kyrgyzstan
A recent shootout near the Chinese border raises questions.
Xinjiang Trouble Echoes in Kyrgyzstan
US Releases Last Uyghur Chinese Prisoners From Guantanamo Bay
January 03, 2014
US Releases Last Uyghur Chinese Prisoners From Guantanamo Bay
The U.S. just released its last Uyghur prisoners. Is this the end of U.S.-China anti-terrorism cooperation?
US Releases Last Uyghur Chinese Prisoners From Guantanamo Bay
More Violence in Xinjiang Leaves 8 Dead
December 31, 2013
More Violence in Xinjiang Leaves 8 Dead
Chinese state media are reporting another incidence of violence in Xinjiang.
More Violence in Xinjiang Leaves 8 Dead
From Uyghurs to Kashgari
December 20, 2013
From Uyghurs to Kashgari
A Pakistani community finds itself caught between two worlds.
From Uyghurs to Kashgari
China, Uyghur Activists Dispute Nature of Latest Xinjiang Violence
December 17, 2013
China, Uyghur Activists Dispute Nature of Latest Xinjiang Violence
As more violence erupts in Xinjiang, Beijing and Uyghur activists fight to control the narrative.
China, Uyghur Activists Dispute Nature of Latest Xinjiang Violence
Who Is Fighting China's War On Terror?
November 26, 2013
Who Is Fighting China's War On Terror?
China steps up its international counterterrorism efforts with the help of two unlikely allies: Pakistan and the U.S.
Who Is Fighting China's War On Terror?
How the ETIM Enigma Haunts Pakistan-China Relations
May 22, 2013
How the ETIM Enigma Haunts Pakistan-China Relations
A recent video apparently shows a Chinese rebel training camp in Pakistan. That could complicate ties.
How the ETIM Enigma Haunts Pakistan-China Relations
China's Growing Jihadist Problem
August 14, 2012
China's Growing Jihadist Problem
With recent arrests in Xinjiang, increasing anger on the internet and Chinese firms a possible target, Beijing faces a rising threat.
China's Growing Jihadist Problem
Terror Looms Over Pakistan Ties
September 26, 2011
Terror Looms Over Pakistan Ties
Attacks claimed by the East Turkestan Islamic Movement raise the prospect of tension between China and Pakistan.
Terror Looms Over Pakistan Ties
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