Credibility and the ‘Xinjiang Police Files’

by Patrick Macfarlane | Jul 14, 2022

Since at least February 2018, a German-born anthropologist named Adrian Zenz has alleged that China is persecuting the Uyghurs, a Turkic Muslim minority that inhabits Xinjiang, China’s westernmost autonomous region.

Credibility and the ‘Xinjiang Police Files’ (archived)

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Xinjiang Police Files: Zenz’ Reality Warping

Xinjiang (Updated to include the above links)

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The limits of Chinese power

Everything about US-China hinges on the result of the upcoming US presidential election.

Trump 2.0 essentially would turbo-charge its bet on decoupling, aiming to squeeze “malign” China on a multiple Hybrid War front, undermine the Chinese trade surplus, co-opt large swathes of Asia, while always insisting on characterizing China as evil incarnate.

The limits of Chinese power

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