Corpus ID: 154424176

Uyghurs: Chinesization, Violence and the Future

@article{Razak2012UyghursCV,
  title={Uyghurs: Chinesization, Violence and the Future},
  author={A. Razak and Mohamed Imtiyaz},
  journal={Journal of International Relations},
  year={2012},
  volume={6},
  pages={18}
}
This study examines ethnic tensions and conflict in the China’s conflict-ridden Xinjiang region where Uyghurs, who share distinct traits such as language, culture, and religion, claim geographical domination. The major thesis of this study is that Chinesization of Xinjiang region by the Chinese Communist party (CCP) has fuelled an ethnic conflict and violence. The study attempts to understand violence of both parties. Each party’s violence or violent attitudes against the other increases the… Expand
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