Archiv für 'Xinjiang'

People’s war on terrorism

Monday, 21.7.2014

Beijing assembles people’s army to crush China terrorists with an iron fist Von Tom Phillips (Telegraph).


China bans Ramadan fast in Muslim northwest

Thursday, 3.7.2014

Von Didi Tang. Quelle: Yahoo/AP.


Unveiled: List of “2014 China Classics” to Benefit from Translation/Publication Subsidy

Tuesday, 1.7.2014

Blogeintrag von Bruce Humes (Altaic Storytelling).


Web Preaches Jihad to China’s Muslim Uighurs

Thursday, 26.6.2014

China Says Internet, Social Media Incite Terrorism Among Uighur Minority Von Jeremy Page und Ned Levin. Quelle: WSJ.


The bright side of Uygur culture

Tuesday, 10.6.2014

My life: Josh Summers “The Urumqi-based blogger tells Jenni Marsh about …” (SCMP).


Ethnic Violence in China

Monday, 2.6.2014

Meinungsartikel der NYT.


China’s Xinjiang Production and Construction Corps

Friday, 30.5.2014

China’s not-so-secret weapon against terrorism “… Similar to the East India Company …” Von Peter Cai (The Australian). Vgl. 新疆生产建设兵团 (Wikipedia) und 中国反恐秘器:新疆建设兵团 总人数260.72万人 (VOC).


The Silk Road belt

Friday, 30.5.2014

What China’s latest deals say about its grand strategy Von Lauren Dickey (CNN).


China sentences 55 people in Xinjiang stadium

Thursday, 29.5.2014

Quelle: BBC


Why is Xinjiang violence escalating?

Saturday, 24.5.2014

Von Michael Clarke. Quelle: BBC.


Neues Studienfach: Anti-Terror

Friday, 23.5.2014

China: Terror im Griff? Kommentar von Andreas Seifert (imi-online.de).


Unruheprovinz Xinjiang: 31 Tote bei Anschlag in China

Thursday, 22.5.2014

Quelle: Spiegel Online.


“The Mysterious Realm of Lop Nur” and “Curse of Kanas Lake”: Xinjiang’s Answer to Tibetan Fiction Fever?

Monday, 19.5.2014

Blogeintrag von Bruce Humes.


A Devotion to Language Proves Risky

Monday, 12.5.2014

Von Andrew Jacobs. Quelle: NYT.


Uiguren-Region: China nimmt 230 Menschen wegen Terrorverdachts fest

Monday, 12.5.2014

Quelle: Zeit.


It’s time to take them seriously

Wednesday, 7.5.2014

Terrorism in China: the global dimension “China’s Uighur militants …” Von Philip Potter (Guardian). Vgl. Uygur students: “We will stay silent no more!” (Xinhua) bzw. 维族大学生抨击暴恐袭击:我们,不会再沉默 (Zhongguo Xinwen Wang). Vgl 9/11 vs. 3/1: The gulf between Americans and Chinese (The China Track).


Another Violent Attack at Railway Station in China

Tuesday, 6.5.2014

“… outside a railway station in Guangzhou on Tuesday, slashing at least six people …” Von Garry Mullany. Quelle: NDTV.


[Urumqi:] Explosion in China railway during presidential visit kills three

Thursday, 1.5.2014

Dozens injured as an explosion rocks a train station in the capital of China’s Xinjiang province on the last day of a presidential visit. Von Tom Phillips. Quelle: Telegraph.


Larger groups of Uighurs are now moving south

Friday, 25.4.2014

Illegal Uighur Immigration in Southeast Asia By Kendrick Kuo & Kyle Springer (cogitasia.com).


China’s Internal Security Dilemma and the “Great Western Development”: The Dynamics of Integration, Ethnic Nationalism and Terrorism in Xinjiangmore

Saturday, 19.4.2014

Von Michael Clarke. Quelle: Academia.


No guns, just knives: Chilling details of ‘China’s 9/11′

Sunday, 30.3.2014

“… a small gang of killers with knives brought mass murder to the Chinese city of Kunming …” Quelle: USA Today .


Five stabbed to death in latest Chinese knife attack

Friday, 14.3.2014

“… the assailants owned a local baked naan shop …” Von Terrence McCoy. Quelle: Washington Post.


My West China, Your East Turkestan

Monday, 10.3.2014

Excerpts from “My West China, Your East Turkestan” — My View on the Kunming Incident Von Wang Lixiong (China Change).


China Remodels an Ancient Silk Road City, and an Ethnic Rift Widens

Friday, 7.3.2014

Von Dan Levin. Quelle: NYT.


The peasant condition inXinjiang

Saturday, 15.2.2014

Mit Link zu Volltext-PDF. Von Ildikó Bellér-Hann. Quelle: Academia/The Journal of Peasant Studies.