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Kunming Terrorist Attack: A Resident’s Perspective
March 16, 2014
Kunming Terrorist Attack: A Resident’s Perspective
Our correspondent recounts the aftermath of the deadly knife attack.
Kunming Terrorist Attack: A Resident’s Perspective
Kunming: A New Phase of Terrorism in China
March 05, 2014
Kunming: A New Phase of Terrorism in China
The deadly weekend attack, which killed 29 civilians, could mark a new era for security in China.
Kunming: A New Phase of Terrorism in China
Implications of the Kunming Terrorist Attack
March 05, 2014
Implications of the Kunming Terrorist Attack
The Diplomat speaks with Dr. Sean Roberts about the implications of the Kunming knife attack.
Implications of the Kunming Terrorist Attack
Horrific Knife Attack in China Leaves 33 Dead
March 02, 2014
Horrific Knife Attack in China Leaves 33 Dead
Authorities vow justice as a group of men it says are Xinjiang separatists attack a crowd in Kunming.
Horrific Knife Attack in China Leaves 33 Dead
China Detains Uyghur Professor
January 17, 2014
China Detains Uyghur Professor
Plus, new info on China's ADIZ, the anti-Japan media blitz, and the hyper-sonic missile test. China links.
China Detains Uyghur Professor
Why Chinese Study the Warring States Period
December 12, 2013
Why Chinese Study the Warring States Period
For China’s leadership, an ancient era offers lessons – positive and negative – for today.
Why Chinese Study the Warring States Period
What Will China's New National Security Council Do?
November 14, 2013
What Will China's New National Security Council Do?
The Third Plenum wasn’t entirely about economic reform as expected.
What Will China's New National Security Council Do?
China’s Central Asia Overtures: Why Now?
November 06, 2013
China’s Central Asia Overtures: Why Now?
Economic and security factors have prompted a shift in Beijing’s policy towards the region.
China’s Central Asia Overtures: Why Now?
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
Who Are the Uyghurs <em>Really</em>?
October 31, 2013
Who Are the Uyghurs Really?
After growing up in post-9/11 America, living among Uyghurs changed my perception of Muslims.
Who Are the Uyghurs Really?
Al-Qaeda in Xinjiang Autonomous Region?
October 30, 2013
Al-Qaeda in Xinjiang Autonomous Region?
Was the attack on Monday in Tienanmen Square inspired by al-Qaeda?
Al-Qaeda in Xinjiang Autonomous Region?
China’s Brutal Crackdown in Xinjiang
October 18, 2013
China’s Brutal Crackdown in Xinjiang
Beijing continues to pursue iron-fist policies in the western province—and blames the West for the results.
China’s Brutal Crackdown in Xinjiang
China and Iran: Destined to Clash?
October 17, 2013
China and Iran: Destined to Clash?
An expanding Chinese presence in the Middle East could pose the greatest long-term threat to Iran.
China and Iran: Destined to Clash?
Kashgar on the Move
October 14, 2013
Kashgar on the Move
Well placed for Central Asian trade, China’s westernmost city is embracing the future, and saying goodbye to its past.
Kashgar on the Move
China Courts Central Asia
October 04, 2013
China Courts Central Asia
Amid an unprecedented flurry of energy deals, Beijing strengthens alliances on Russia’s backdoor but struggles to keep Xinjiang as happy.
China Courts Central Asia
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