How Trump could find common ground with China, thanks to the Islamic State

The Washington Post, 3 March 2017 By Adam Taylor — Since the election of Donald

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China deploys aircraft, combat helicopters in anti-terror drill in Xinjiang province

The Hindustan Times, 2 March 2017 By Sutirtho Patranobis — China deployed multiple aircraft

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Remembering the Ghulja Incident: 20th Anniversary of ‘Uyghur Tiananmen’ Passes With Little Notice

The Diplomat, 1 March 2017 By Peter Irwin — February 5, 1997, remains one

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China holds mass police rally in Xinjiang as hundreds sent to anti-terror ‘frontline’

Reuters, 28 February 2017 By Michael Martina — More than 10,000 armed police in China’s

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Chinese Netizens Attack Minority Uyghur Muslims

Human Rights Watch, 27 February 2017 Human Rights Watch — Within hours of the

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Is China’s Counterterrorism Policy in Xinjiang Working?

The Diplomat, 24 February 2017 By Adrien Morin — Though it’s far from the headlines of

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‘Striking hard’ with ‘thunderous power’: Beijing’s show of force in Xinjiang

The Interpreter, 24 February 2017 By Michael Clarke — Last weekend Chinese authorities conducted mass

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China Is Creating an Unprecedented ‘Security State’ in Xinjiang

Pacific Standard, 24 February 2017 By Massoud Hayoun — China has, in recent years, embarked

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