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Beijing's Xinjiang Policy: Striking Too Hard?
January 23, 2015
Beijing's Xinjiang Policy: Striking Too Hard?
What the data reveals about the ongoing insurgency in Xinjiang.
Beijing's Xinjiang Policy: Striking Too Hard?
Empire and the Rising Violence in Xinjiang
August 13, 2014
Empire and the Rising Violence in Xinjiang
The upsurge in violence in China’s west is following a historical pattern.
Empire and the Rising Violence in Xinjiang
China Executes 13 on Charges of Terrorism
June 17, 2014
China Executes 13 on Charges of Terrorism
In the latest step of its "war on terror," Chinese courts executed 13 terrorists and sentenced three more to death.
China Executes 13 on Charges of Terrorism
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?
Uyghurs Test ASEAN's Refugee Credentials
March 19, 2014
Uyghurs Test ASEAN's Refugee Credentials
Despite facing religious and ethnic discrimination in China, Uyghur refugees are often sent back.
Uyghurs Test ASEAN's Refugee Credentials
China and the Uyghurs
November 20, 2013
China and the Uyghurs
An Uyghur leader talks about last month’s incident in Tiananmen Square and the plight of his people.
China and the Uyghurs
China Attacks: Not the Usual Suspects
November 12, 2013
China Attacks: Not the Usual Suspects
The recent suicide terror attacks expose problems in China’s administrative and judicial systems.
China Attacks: Not the Usual Suspects
China Attacks: Not the Usual Suspects
November 12, 2013
China Attacks: Not the Usual Suspects
The recent suicide terror attacks expose China’s administrative and judicial systems.
China Attacks: Not the Usual Suspects
How China Develops Its Counterterrorism Capability
November 11, 2013
How China Develops Its Counterterrorism Capability
Regular “Peace Missions” conducted under the SCO have been the best-known component of its efforts.
How China Develops Its Counterterrorism Capability
The Limits of China’s Surveillance State
November 08, 2013
The Limits of China’s Surveillance State
The recent attacks point to a future in which repression alone will no longer be enough to guarantee stability.
The Limits of China’s Surveillance State
November 03, 2013
Call Tiananmen Attack What It Was: Terrorism
Why have Western media outlets been so reluctant to call the attack what it really was?
Call Tiananmen Attack What It Was: Terrorism
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