At the South China Morning Post, Kristin Huang reports that some Chinese foreign policy experts...
by Josh Rudolph | Apr 21, 2015
At Foreign Affairs, Tibetan Studies professor Gray Tuttle analyzes ethnic prejudice and racism in...
by Josh Rudolph | Dec 15, 2014
In effort to shore up global support for the controversial crackdown on terrorism in Xinjiang,...
by Josh Rudolph | Jun 24, 2014
[WARNING: Video footage containing graphic violence follows] After releasing footage last week of...
by Josh Rudolph | May 15, 2014
Reuters reports that the Turkestan Islamic Party (TIP), also known as the East Turkestan Islamic...
by Josh Rudolph | Mar 18, 2014
After the deadly Kunming train station attack on March 1 highlighted growing tensions between the...
by Sophie Beach | Nov 23, 2013
Following the October 28 crash of an SUV next to the Tiananmen Gate, which killed five people,...
by Josh Rudolph | Apr 20, 2012
Turkish Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan was in China last week, marking the first visit by a Turkish head of state in 27 years. An article from Eurasia Review analyzes the possibilities of a strategic partnership between the two...
by Don Weinland | Jul 7, 2011
The following examples of censorship instructions, issued to the media and/or Internet companies by various central (and sometimes local) government authorities, have been leaked and distributed online. Chinese journalists and...
by Xiao Qiang | Jul 6, 2009
From the Guardian: Riots in China’s restless Xinjiang province are nothing new. In 1990, 50 people were killed in the town of Baren when armed police put down a demonstration against Chinese rule by 3,000 disgruntled...
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