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The China Wildcard in the Qatar Crisis
August 09, 2017
The China Wildcard in the Qatar Crisis
A closer look at the stakes for Beijing and what that might mean.
The China Wildcard in the Qatar Crisis
Western Journalistic Confirmation Bias: Reporting on Kashgar’s Old Town Renewal Project
September 19, 2016
Western Journalistic Confirmation Bias: Reporting on Kashgar’s Old Town Renewal Project
Western journalists’ analysis of massive works transforming Kashgar Old Town have been distorted by confirmation bias.
Western Journalistic Confirmation Bias: Reporting on Kashgar’s Old Town Renewal Project
Islamist Discontent Over China’s Treatment of Uighurs
June 20, 2016
Islamist Discontent Over China’s Treatment of Uighurs
Pakistani activists are – quietly for now – unhappy at Beijing’s crackdown on Chinese Muslims.
Islamist Discontent Over China’s Treatment of Uighurs
China’s New Silk Road and Its Impact on Xinjiang
March 05, 2015
China’s New Silk Road and Its Impact on Xinjiang
China’s plans for Central Asia are likely to see Beijing take a tighter grip on the restive Xinjiang region.
China’s New Silk Road and Its Impact on Xinjiang
Zhou Yongkang, Islamic State and China’s Pivot West
September 09, 2014
Zhou Yongkang, Islamic State and China’s Pivot West
The downfall of its oil and security tsar gives China a chance to salvage relations with its Muslim minority.
Zhou Yongkang, Islamic State and China’s Pivot West
Why China's Terrorists are Targeting Train Stations
May 09, 2014
Why China's Terrorists are Targeting Train Stations
The decision by Uighur separatists to target Chinese rail stations is both symbolic and strategic
Why China's Terrorists are Targeting Train Stations
Islamists Vow China Attacks
September 08, 2011
Islamists Vow China Attacks
An Islamist group claims responsibility for attacks in China’s restive western Xinjiang region this summer.
Islamists Vow China Attacks
Ethnic Unrest Flares in China
August 09, 2011
Ethnic Unrest Flares in China
The latest violence in the Uighur-dominated city of Kashgar in Xinjiang is a reminder of government failures.
Ethnic Unrest Flares in China
Cambodia’s Uighur ‘Madness’
July 19, 2011
Cambodia’s Uighur ‘Madness’
WikiLeaks cables suggest serious shortcomings in Cambodia’s willingness to abide by human rights treaties – and China’s continuing influence in the country.
Cambodia’s Uighur ‘Madness’
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