Xinjiang : China's Muslim far northwest

Michael Dillon

Xinjiang, China's far northwestern province, is of increasing international strategic and economic importance. With a population which is mainly non-Chinese and Muslim, the forces for autonomy, and independence, in Xinjiang are quite strong. This book provides a comprehensive overview of Xinjiang. It introduces Xinjiang's history, economy and society, and above all outlines the political and religious opposition by the Turkic peoples of Xinjiang to Chinese communist rule.

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  • Preface Acknowledgements Part I - Introduction to Xinjiang 1. Xinjiang's Geographical Position 2. Xinjiang before 1949: a historical outline 3. Ethnic groups in Northwest China and Uyghur language and culture in 20th Century Xinjiang 4. The Three Districts Revolution and 'Peaceful Liberation': The Chinese Communist Party takes political and military control 5. The Economy of Xinjiang in the Reform and Opening Era Part II - Turkic Opposition and CCP Response 6. Political and Religious Opposition to CCP Control (1949-1995): Cultural, Nationalist or Islamist 7. Beijing's Response to Opposition in Xinjiang (1980-1995) 8. Leadership Changes in Xinjiang 9. 'Strike Hard': the long hot summers of 1996 and 1997 10. Underground Fires: the struggle continues Part III - The Changing International Context 11. New Great Games: Turkey, Iran, Saudi Arabia and Pakistan 12. Newly Independent Central Asian Republics 13. Xinjiang and the 'War against Terror' Conclusion 14. Xinjiang in the Twenty-first Century

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書名 Xinjiang : China's Muslim far northwest
著作者等 Dillon, Michael
Dillon Mike
シリーズ名 Durham East Asia series
出版元 RoutledgeCurzon
刊行年月 2003
ページ数 xiv, 201 p, [14] p. of plates
大きさ 25 cm
ISBN 9780415320511
NCID BA66657757
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言語 英語
出版国 アメリカ合衆国