Xinjiang in China’s Foreign Relations: Part of a New Silk Road or Central Asian Zone of Conflict?

@article{Mackerras2015XinjiangIC,
  title={Xinjiang in China’s Foreign Relations: Part of a New Silk Road or Central Asian Zone of Conflict?},
  author={C. Mackerras},
  journal={East Asia},
  year={2015},
  volume={32},
  pages={25-42}
}
This paper analyses how the situation in China’s most northwestern province-level unit Xinjiang has affected China’s overall foreign relations since disturbances in its capital Ürümqi in July 2009. Xinjiang’s most populous ethnic group is the mostly-Muslim Uighurs. The paper assumes a framework that puts a high priority on China’s facing west. Though no more important than the eastward-looking foreign policy that has dominated Western analysis, the paper sees China’s facing west perspective as… Expand
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