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East Turkestan is a loosely-defined geographical and historical region in East Asia, that varies in meaning by context and usage. "East Turkestan", a term of Russian origin, asserts a continuity with a "West Turkestan" or the now-independent states of Soviet Central Asia. Historically, Xinjiang has constituted an independent "East Turkestan", though various non-Chinese regimes controlled the region at times prior to the 1750s

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  • Playing Genocide Politics: The Zenz-Xinjiang CaseIn July 2020, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo blamed the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) for “using forced sterilization, forced abortion, and coercive family planning against Uyghurs and other minorities in Xinjiang.” Stunningly, Pompeo based the charge on just one source: “German researcher Adrian Zenz’s shocking revelations.”



    11 Jun 2021

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