China's forgotten people: Xinjiang, terror and the Chinese state

One of the few Western commentators to have lived in the region, journalist Nick Holdstock travels into the heart of the province reveals the Uyghur story as one of repression and hardship. With Islamic terrorism in China likely to increase over the next decade, how the Party responds will have glob...

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Main Author: Holdstock, Nick
Format: Print Book
Language:English
Published: London [u.a.] Tauris 2015
Availability in Tübingen:Present in Tübingen.
UB: 55 A 6889
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Summary:One of the few Western commentators to have lived in the region, journalist Nick Holdstock travels into the heart of the province reveals the Uyghur story as one of repression and hardship. With Islamic terrorism in China likely to increase over the next decade, how the Party responds will have global repercussions. 'China's forgotten people' explains why terrorism is on the rise in the world's most powerful one-party state, and what this means for the way we think about China
One of the few Western commentators to have lived in the region, journalist Nick Holdstock travels into the heart of the province reveals the Uyghur story as one of repression and hardship. With Islamic terrorism in China likely to increase over the next decade, how the Party responds will have global repercussions. 'China's forgotten people' explains why terrorism is on the rise in the world's most powerful one-party state, and what this means for the way we think about China.--
Physical Description:XI, 273 S. Kt.
ISBN:9781784531409
1784531405