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Preventative Counterterrorism: Beijing’s Experimental Laboratory in Xinjiang

The justification for China’s actions against Uyghur Muslim minorities in Xinjiang is “preventive counterterrorism,” a potentially exportable model of minority repression. Join experts Dr. Michael Clarke and Dr. Azeem Ibrahim in a discussion on China’s internal actions to support this narrative, despite lack of evidence, the geopolitical repercussions of the spread of this model, minority oppression in Central Asia, and Xinjiang as an experimental laboratory for China’s broader efforts to socially re-engineer Chinese society.

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