The Problem of Chinese Military, Emigrational and Political Hegemony Against the Uyghur

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The Problem of Chinese Military, Emigrational and Political Hegemony Against the Uyghur: An Analysis of Ethnicities, Separatism, and Terrorism in the Xinjiang Region of China
The predominance of Islamic and ethnic terrorism and separatism are the primary aims of this study on the Han and Uyghur ethnic groups that continually battle over territory in China. The problem of ethnic differences has been a long-standing historical tradition that often derails the economic stability of the region, causing major riffs in the separatist nature of the regional conflict. By understanding the territorial lines that have been drawn with the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region, which has become the primary issue with the Han infringement through...
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Weston, T. (2009). “A Han Chinese student on the Urumqi violence of Summer 2009.” The China Beat. Retrieved November 27, 2010 from http://www.thechinabeat.org/?p=724
Note to Customer: I would use the Bovingdon book as a source for your book report. This is an excellent source for understanding a comprehensive focus on the Uyghur peoples.