Interethnic Conflict as a Function of the Economic “Normalization” of Southern Xinjiang
Tom Cliff’s highlights state efforts to comprehensively reshape Xinjiang’s culture, including the culture of local Han and Uyghur communities, as well as the culture of government, private business and state enterprises in order to diminish the ethnic consciousness of Uyghurs.
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