Post Tagged with: "Uyghurs’ Conflict"

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China’s Protracted Securitization of Xinjiang: Origins of a Surveillance State

China’s leadership stepped up repression in Xinjiang by securitzing the Uyghur minority’s religion in a post-9/11 security climate dominated by the war against terror.

China’s Counterproductive Counterterrorism Policies

China’s Counterproductive Counterterrorism Policies

The crackdown on Uyghur separatist violence is unlikely to be successful in the long term and may paradoxically be creating the very problem China always feared.

Domestic and International Sources of Uyghurs’ Conflict with the Chinese State

Domestic and International Sources of Uyghurs’ Conflict with the Chinese State

The Uyghur diaspora community helped promote the profile of the Uyghur in the West, but it is hard to measure how much sway the secular Uyghur community has in Xinjiang.

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