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This piece is the second of three articles focusing on interactions between Chinese government and Uyghur community in Xinjiang. The articles aim to look into…View More Do we know enough about China’s repression over Uyghur: History, Ideology and Social Changes
This piece is one of three articles focusing on interactions between Chinese government and Uyghur community in Xinjiang. The articles aim to look into the…View More Do we know enough about China’s repression over Uyghur?
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Over 2,000 years ago, a trail was blazed connecting the rich culture of the East with that of the West, and for another 1,500 years…View More Five Years On: The Belt Road Initiative and its Neocolonialist Tendencies