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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?
Can China and the US Work Together on Counterterrorism?
December 02, 2014
Can China and the US Work Together on Counterterrorism?
Recent events may be making Beijing more open to working with the U.S. on the fight against international terrorism.
Can China and the US Work Together on Counterterrorism?
China and the ISIS Threat
September 26, 2014
China and the ISIS Threat
Already grappling with a home-grown terrorism problem, should Beijing fear the Islamic State?
China and the ISIS Threat
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’s Not So Secret War on Religion
June 16, 2014
China’s Not So Secret War on Religion
‘Recent developments indicate increased measures to control Islam and Christianity.’
China’s Not So Secret War on Religion
Xinhua: ASEAN Should Avoid Being Divided by South China Sea Issue
May 23, 2014
Xinhua: ASEAN Should Avoid Being Divided by South China Sea Issue
Vietnam-China tensions, PLA officers indicted, and a terrorist attack in Urumqi: this week's China links.
Xinhua: ASEAN Should Avoid Being Divided by South China Sea Issue
China's Anti-Terrorism Challenge
May 23, 2014
China's Anti-Terrorism Challenge
After another, even deadlier, terrorist attack in Urumqi, Beijing must reevaluate its anti-terrorism strategy.
China's Anti-Terrorism Challenge
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