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Is Langley Unleashing Jihad Against China in Xinjiang?
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Is Langley Unleashing Jihad Against China in Xinjiang?
September 15, 2018

If Donald Trump really were master of his own house, maybe he could move forward on his pledge of a national interest-based policy that finds “common ground” with countries like Russia and China.

China’s Latest Move in the Graveyard of Empires
February 10, 2018

The latest plot twist in the endless historical saga of Afghanistan as a graveyard of empires has thrown up an intriguing new chapter. For the past two months, Beijing and Kabul have been discussing the possibility of setting up a military base alongside Afghanistan’s border with China.

China’s Latest Move in the Graveyard of Empires
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Protecting the Belt and Road Initiative From US-Led Terrorism: Will China Send Troops to Syria?
Protecting the Belt and Road Initiative From US-Led Terrorism: Will China Send Troops to Syria?
January 9, 2018

An interesting theme concerning Syria is the involvement of the People's Republic of China in the conflict. While China’s diplomatic and economic assistance has been constant, its military contribution to Syria is less known.

Chinese Uyghur colonies in Syria a challenge for Beijing
May 31, 2017

A reporter for Dubai-based Al Aan TV recently aired an undercover story on Idlib province – the Syrian “rebel” opposition stronghold that is supported by the US and other Western governments – and the site of the recent alleged chemical attack that prompted direct US missile strikes against the Syrian Arab Army.

Chinese Uyghur colonies in Syria a challenge for Beijing
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China Aims for A «Win-Win» with Islam
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China Aims for A «Win-Win» with Islam
May 23, 2016

The Chinese-driven New Silk Roads – or One Belt, One Road (OBOR), in their official denomination – are spiraling out in all directions. The new Eurasian land bridge – from the port of Lianyungang in Jiangsu to Rotterdam; the Mongolia-Russia corridor; the Central Asia-West Asia corridor; the Indochina peninsula corridor; the Pakistan corridor; the Bangladesh-China-India-Myanmar corridor…

China May Join Russia in Anti-Terror Effort as Jakarta Tragedy Shocks World
January 15, 2016

On January 13, the Washington Times published an article written by Bill Gertz, a national security columnist for the Washington Times and senior editor at the Washington Free Beacon, saying China may join the war against the Islamic State…

China May Join Russia in Anti-Terror Effort as Jakarta Tragedy Shocks World
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China Is Facing Jihadism
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China Is Facing Jihadism
December 3, 2015

Beijing has promised to act following decapitation of a Chinese national on ISIS controlled territory and the killing of three executives of a Chinese construction company in Mali, claimed by Al-Mourabitoun jihadist Al-Qaida related group. The news shocked Chinese citizens, who are regularly hit by Xinjiang Uyghur radicals who have fought a low-level bloody insurgency against Beijing's rule for years…

Syria Needs Comprehensive Approach
November 1, 2015

As dangerous as Western misinterpretation of its co-responsibility in perpetuating the current Syria crisis is its lack of understanding of the larger macro-region Syria role as a link between the Middle East and Southern Eurasia. Russian military operation in Syria might transform the much needed understanding of the macro-region…

Syria Needs Comprehensive Approach
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