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Al-Qaeda, the Turkestan Islamic Party, and the Bishkek Chinese Embassy Bombing
September 29, 2016
Al-Qaeda, the Turkestan Islamic Party, and the Bishkek Chinese Embassy Bombing
The August 30 bombing of the Chinese Embassy in Bishkek came after al-Qaeda's leader praised Uyghur terrorists.
Al-Qaeda, the Turkestan Islamic Party, and the Bishkek Chinese Embassy Bombing
A Third Road for Xinjiang
April 28, 2015
A Third Road for Xinjiang
Xinjiang's Uyghurs must find a path between tokenism and rebeliion.
A Third Road for Xinjiang
Seeking China’s Help in Taliban Negotiations, Afghanistan Cracks Down on Uyghur Militants
February 21, 2015
Seeking China’s Help in Taliban Negotiations, Afghanistan Cracks Down on Uyghur Militants
Plus, China-Russia ties, the CCTV New Year gala, and cartoon Xi Jinping. Friday China links.
Seeking China’s Help in Taliban Negotiations, Afghanistan Cracks Down on Uyghur Militants
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 the US and China Cooperate on Counterterrorism?
July 23, 2014
Can the US and China Cooperate on Counterterrorism?
There are strong arguments to suggest they should, if only the political hang-ups could be overcome.
Can the US and China Cooperate on Counterterrorism?
Pakistan and China: A Precarious Friendship?
July 17, 2014
Pakistan and China: A Precarious Friendship?
In contrast to the public posturing, the relationship on the ground is more complex and multilayered.
Pakistan and China: A Precarious Friendship?
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
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