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Ticking Time Bomb: The Ethnic Crisis Facing China’s New Leadership

Alim Seytoff, President, Uyghur American Association Mr. Seytoff delivered the following speech at a panel discussion organized by Initiatives for China on January 31, 2013 in Washington, DC: Good afternoon everyone. First, I want to thank Dr. Yang Jianli and Initiatives for … Continue reading

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Uyghurs in Bermuda Still Targets of Misconceptions

Matt James, Intern, Uyghur Human Rights Project The latest to emerge on four Uyghurs released from Guantanamo to Bermuda is an interview by Maureen Callahan with three of the four men for an opinion piece in the New York Post. … Continue reading

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Pork and Terrorism in Pan Guang Talk

Matt James, Intern, Uyghur Human Rights Project Dr. Pan Guang is Vice Chairman of Shanghai’s Center for International Studies. He spoke last week on the topic “Understanding China’s Role in Central Asia and Afghanistan,” at the Jamestown Foundation in Washington, … Continue reading

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