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Xi Jinping Visit Gives France’s Macron Chance to Raise China’s Uyghur ‘Genocide’

Xi Jinping Visit Gives France’s Macron Chance to Raise China’s Uyghur ‘Genocide’

By David Whitehouse
A leading Uyghur diaspora activist says that Paris should adopt robust sanctions such as those adopted in the United States in recent years.

Erasing Memories, Concealing Evidence: China’s Efforts to Obscure the Uyghur Genocide

Erasing Memories, Concealing Evidence: China’s Efforts to Obscure the Uyghur Genocide

By Mamtimin Ala
The Uyghur genocide is gradually and silently fading away, as if it never occurred in the first place. 
In 2022, The World Must Hold China to Account for Genocide 

In 2022, The World Must Hold China to Account for Genocide 

By Omer Kanat
A focus on imposing consequences on those responsible is key to dismantling the apparatus of genocide.

East Turkistan, West Papua and an Extraordinary Game of Football

East Turkistan, West Papua and an Extraordinary Game of Football

By Henryk Szadziewski
“For us, our passion for the game shows the world the skills and aspirations of our people.”

Al-Qaeda, the Turkestan Islamic Party, and the Bishkek Chinese Embassy Bombing

Al-Qaeda, the Turkestan Islamic Party, and the Bishkek Chinese Embassy Bombing

By Uran Botobekov
The August 30 bombing of the Chinese Embassy in Bishkek came after al-Qaeda's leader praised Uyghur terrorists.

Brits Blacklist East Turkestan Islamic Movement

Brits Blacklist East Turkestan Islamic Movement

By Catherine Putz
And U.S. National Security Adviser Susan Rice had "a candid exchange" about ETIM during her recent visit to Beijing.

China Courts Central Asia

China Courts Central Asia

By Steve Finch
Amid an unprecedented flurry of energy deals, Beijing strengthens alliances on Russia’s backdoor but struggles to keep Xinjiang as happy.
The Xinjiang Perspective: In Photos

The Xinjiang Perspective: In Photos

China’s security forces have failed in their attempts to win over the nation’s ethnic minorities.

The Xinjiang Perspective

The Xinjiang Perspective

A new series of reports from the ‘western frontier’ expose a part of the People’s Republic of China few understand, until now.

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