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Why China’s challenge in Xinjiang will continue to grow

Overview

The terrorist attack in Xinjiang on Thursday, which killed 31 people and injured another 94, is particularly significant because of the regime’s focus on stability and national unity and because of what appears to be the ability of those responsible to time their attacks for political purposes. Xi Jinping pledged “severe punishment” for those who carried out the attack and said that security would be tightened at possible targets. However, a series of major incidents in the last...

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