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Opinion  /  Published 09.12.19

Spare no effort to paint a picture

The passing of the Uighur Intervention and Global Humanitarian Unified Response Act by Congress in the United States of America has sent the Chinese press into a tizzy. Articles critical of the US hav...
By Neha Sahay in

Opinion  /  Published 14.11.19

Cracks in China's great wall

China’s vulnerabilities are becoming increasingly apparent. The economic miracle of China has lost some of its sheen. Recent reports indicate that the Chinese economy grew at a slower pace than expe...
By Harsh V. Pant in

World  /  Published 09.10.19

US puts travel ban on Chinese officials

The Trump administration on Tuesday slapped travel bans on Chinese officials involved in a massive crackdown against Uighurs and other Muslim minorities in its west.The state department said it would ...
By AP in Washington

Opinion  /  Published 06.10.19

Quite a leap — forward? — for China

October 1 marked 70 years since China achieved liberation, and the celebrations were befitting of the global status it has acquired today. Beijing was aglow with flowers and a spectacular new bridge o...
By Neha Sahay in

Opinion  /  Published 12.07.19

Hong Kong wages a lonely battle

History, it seems, is knocking at China’s doorstep and Beijing is getting panicky. The situation in Hong Kong is getting murkier and the Chinese communist party is behaving as if this is the 1960s w...
By Harsh V. Pant in

Opinion  /  Published 28.04.19

The minorities that can't be purged

What does a nation do with minorities that it doesn’t regard as real citizens? Hitler’s answer was genocide but modern nations have experimented with other solutions, expanding the menu of discrim...
By Mukul Kesavan in

Opinion  /  Published 05.03.19

Uighurs in China: Which reports are fake?

What is real and what is fake in news coming out of the Muslim-dominated province of Xinjiang is difficult to find out. Through January and February, diplomats and journalists from 30 countries, inclu...
By Neha Sahay in

Opinion  /  Published 04.01.19

China's dubious cure for Uighur extremism

The ultra-nationalist online daily, Global Times, has some advice for the government of the United States of America following the Pittsburgh synagogue shooting: learn from the Chinese government how ...
By Neha Sahay in

World  /  Published 17.12.18

Locked away, forgotten: Uighur wives of Pakistani men

The last time Chaudhry Javed Atta saw his wife was over a year ago — the Pakistani trader in dried and fresh produce was leaving their home in northwestern China's heavily Muslim Xinjiang region to ...
By AP in Islamabad


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