On Tuesday, the Senate Intelligence Committee released a 449-page executive summary of a...
by samuel wade | Aug 5, 2011
In GlobalPost, Kathleen McLaughlin writes about a home-grown incarnation of Wikileaks in Wenzhou, which has shrugged off attempts at censorship to detail the local effects of the credit squeeze plaguing private enterprises in...
by Paulina Hartono | Oct 8, 2009
Abu Yahya al-Libi has called on Uighurs to prepare for a jihad against China. From the Washington Post: A prominent al Qaeda militant urged Uighurs in Xianjiang to make serious preparations for a holy war against...
by cschultz | Jul 16, 2009
The Times of India reports that China has issued a security warning to its citizens living in Algeria after receiving news that Al-Qaida plans to avenge the deaths of Uighurs killed in Xinjiang: According to a report by the...
by Xiao Qiang | Feb 24, 2007
From PacNet Newsletter: Al Qaeda has a China problem, and no one is watching. Despite al Qaeda’s significant efforts to support Muslim insurgents in China, the Chinese government has succeeded in limiting popular support for anti-government violence. The latest evidence came on Jan. 5, when China raided an alleged terrorist facility in the country’s Xinjiang […]
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