How a censored version of Facebook could destabilize China’s government

The Washington Post, 28 December 2016 By Kara Alaimo — Facebook is said to have developed

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Why Christmas time in China means jail for human rights activists

The Guardian, 26 December 2016 By Benjamin Haas — As people celebrate around the world, a

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Under the Guise of Public Safety, China Demolishes Thousands of Mosques

Radio Free Asia, 24 December 2016 RFA Uyghur Service — The Chinese government has destroyed

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Framing of Uighurs as terrorist threat for Indonesia

The Jakarta Post, 22 December 2016 By Patrik K. Meyer — “Securitization” is a process that

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China Doesn’t Mind Islamic Extremists

Foreign Policy, 20 December 2016 By Alice Su — Ma Xin couldn’t find the Salafi mosque.

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For Uighur exiles, Kashmir is heaven

Al Jazeera, 19 December 2016 By Sunaina Kumar — Srinagar, Indian-administered Continue Reading →

New Xinjiang Party Boss Boosts Surveillance, Police Patrols

Radio Free Asia, 18 December 2016 RFA Uyghur Service — Already strict security controls in Continue Reading →

Systematic disregard of human rights rampant in China: Activists

The Tibet Post, 16 December 2016 Dharamshala — On the International Human Rights Day,

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