Op-Ed: Genocide in Xinjiang?: The Complexities of the U.S. State Department’s Declaration
The U.S. State Department recently labeled the Chinese government’s campaign against Uyghur Muslims as a ‘genocide.’ This article seeks to consider whether this campaign satisfies the definition of the term, or perhaps whether this declaration was potentially biased due to international politics.
TERROR COMES TO CHINA: PART ONE
In the first of two articles on the Chinese province of Xinjiang and the conflict it hosts, Staff Writer Matthew Brown provides an overview of the geography and industry of the region.