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China Bans Ramadan Fasting in Xinjiang Schools, Government Offices
July 03, 2014

China Bans Ramadan Fasting in Xinjiang Schools, Government Offices

By Shannon Tiezzi
Plus, RIMPAC 2014, US-China relations, and unraveling the mysteries of the CCDI and shuanggui. This week's China links.
Why Reform Comes Slowly in China
July 01, 2014

Why Reform Comes Slowly in China

By Yang Hengjun
Reform is like sailing upstream: if you’re not making progress, you’re going backwards.

China Executes 13 on Charges of Terrorism
June 17, 2014

China Executes 13 on Charges of Terrorism

By Shannon Tiezzi
In the latest step of its "war on terror," Chinese courts executed 13 terrorists and sentenced three more to death.

Details Emerge on China’s Anti-Terror Crackdown
May 28, 2014

Details Emerge on China’s Anti-Terror Crackdown

By Shannon Tiezzi
Chinese media reports have new details on China's plan for a year-long anti-terrorism crackdown.

China's Anti-Terrorism Challenge
May 23, 2014

China's Anti-Terrorism Challenge

By Shannon Tiezzi
After another, even deadlier, terrorist attack in Urumqi, Beijing must reevaluate its anti-terrorism strategy.
The Two Faces of the Uyghurs
May 19, 2014

The Two Faces of the Uyghurs

By Mu Chunshan
A lack of trust between Uyghur and Han will continue to frustrate efforts to achieve ethic unity.

China Doubles Down on Economic Development in Troubled Xinjiang
May 07, 2014

China Doubles Down on Economic Development in Troubled Xinjiang

By Shannon Tiezzi
The government continues to see economic development as the key to stability in Xinjiang.
China Confirms 3 Dead, 79 Injured in Urumqi Terrorist Attack
May 01, 2014

China Confirms 3 Dead, 79 Injured in Urumqi Terrorist Attack

By Shannon Tiezzi
The Urumqi attack hints that the nature of separatism and terrorism in China is changing. So too must China's response.

Counterterrorism, 'Ethnic Unity' the Focus as Xi Visits Xinjiang
April 29, 2014

Counterterrorism, 'Ethnic Unity' the Focus as Xi Visits Xinjiang

By Shannon Tiezzi
Xi's visit to Xinjiang reveals a focus on counterterrorism and continued economic development.

China's Xinjiang Province Eyes Anti-Terrorism Law
March 01, 2014

China's Xinjiang Province Eyes Anti-Terrorism Law

By Shannon Tiezzi
Plus, dueling human rights reports, an attack on a former Hong Kong editor, and Xi's vision for reform. Friday China links.

Xinjiang Trouble Echoes in Kyrgyzstan
February 02, 2014

Xinjiang Trouble Echoes in Kyrgyzstan

By Ryskeldi Satke
A recent shootout near the Chinese border raises questions.
More Violence in Xinjiang Leaves 8 Dead
December 31, 2013

More Violence in Xinjiang Leaves 8 Dead

By Shannon Tiezzi
Chinese state media are reporting another incidence of violence in Xinjiang.

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