Islamophobia, Terrorism and the Uyghurs: When Minorities in China Find Themselves on the Wrong Side of the Counterterrorism Discourse

@article{Tynen2021IslamophobiaTA,
  title={Islamophobia, Terrorism and the Uyghurs: When Minorities in China Find Themselves on the Wrong Side of the Counterterrorism Discourse},
  author={Sarah Tynen},
  journal={Geopolitics},
  year={2021},
  volume={27},
  pages={360 - 365}
}
Roberts and Tobin bridge the field of International Relations and the Uyghur question in China. At first, their focus on a lesser-known Indigenous group in China might seem to be a niche subject. H... 

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