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The Dolkun Isa Visa Affair: India Mishandles China, Once Again

  • Thu, 04/28/2016 - 21:03

India’s bungled handling of Dolkun Isa’s visa will have long-term ramifications for Delhi’s China policy.

India has cancelled the visa issued to Dolkun Isa. Credit: Facebook

Modi Government Made Biggest Foreign Policy Mistake by Revoking Uighur Activist’s Visa

  • Tue, 04/26/2016 - 15:56

The cancellation of the visa will inevitably damage the credibility of the government and expose it to the charge that it does not have the ability to stand up to Chinese pressure.

Chinese Pollution’s Journey to the West

  • Wed, 04/20/2016 - 19:29

For more than a decade, China has embraced its “Go West” policy of spreading industrialization and economic growth from coastal provinces inland.

Scholar Ilham Tohti Remains in Prison

  • Thu, 04/07/2016 - 19:34

Ilham Tohti, an Economics professor formerly at Minzu University in Beijing, and an advocate for the rights of the Chinese Uighur community, still sits in jail, sentenced to a life in prison for expressing his beliefs in a peaceful way.

Amid Signs of Xi’s Weakness, Appeals for Detained Activists Get Results

  • Thu, 04/07/2016 - 19:11

“China’s censors, secret police, and even President Xi Jinping may not be as all-powerful as they appear.”

China Targets Uyghurs with Severe Human Rights Abuses

  • Mon, 04/04/2016 - 20:15

The Uyghur people are a Turkic ethnic group whose homeland of East Turkestan is located in northwestern China.

What Lies Behind the Emerging Idea of ‘National Security with Chinese Characteristics’

  • Mon, 04/04/2016 - 20:07

Xi Jinping is trying to do the impossible – modernise China’s armed forces without spending the kind of sums that would alarm its neighbours, while simultaneously strengthening itself to deal with internal security challenges.

China’s "Belt & Road Initiative" Dilemma: To Grant or Not to Grant Chinese Muslims Their Rights

  • Fri, 04/01/2016 - 23:06

China's "Belt & Road Initiative" presents a complex challenge for the communist country to better treat their Muslim minorities, writes Patrik K. Meyer for this blog. For the ambitious undertaking to suceed as it involves Muslim countries, Meyer says China has to be more inclusive and diverse.

China’s First Anti-Terrorism Law: An Analysis

  • Tue, 03/29/2016 - 19:30

China’s recent promulgation of a series of laws, especially the new National Security Law (July 2015) and the country’s first Anti-Terrorism Law (December 2015), marks a shift towards the increased role of law in politics and governance

China's Minority Report

  • Fri, 03/25/2016 - 13:32

When Racial Harmony Means Homogenization

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