Islam in China: Accommodation or Separatism?

@article{Gladney2003IslamIC,
  title={Islam in China: Accommodation or Separatism?},
  author={Dru C. Gladney},
  journal={The China Quarterly},
  year={2003},
  volume={174},
  pages={451 - 467}
}
  • D. Gladney
  • Published 1 June 2003
  • Economics
  • The China Quarterly
Many of the challenges China's Muslims confront remain the same as they have for the last 1,400 years of continuous interaction with Chinese society, but some are new as a result of China's transformed and increasingly globalized society, and especially since the watershed events of the 11 September terrorist attacks and the subsequent “war on terrorism.” Muslims in China live as minority communities, but many such communities have survived in rather inhospitable circumstances for over a… 
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