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China Sends Vines Into Space in a Bid to Create Some Heavenly Wine

China launched a cache of Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and Pinot Noir vines into space on the orbiting Tiangong-2 lab during this year’s Mid-Autumn Festival on Sept. 202 kata lagi

We Will Never Forget Our Friends in China -- Like Ilham Tohti

Uyghur Critic, 2 Years Into Life Sentence, Should Be Freed

By Sophie Richardson

China Director SophieHRW

It’s been two years since Ilham Tohti, a well-regarded ethnic Uyghur economist and peaceful critic of the Chinese government, was sentenced to life in prison by the Xinjiang People’s High Court for alleged “separatism” after a grossly unfair trial. 418 kata lagi

China Is Supporting Syria's Regime. What Changed?

New piece for an outlet to which I haven’t contributed for some time, The National Interest. This time looking at trying to explain China’s enhanced engagement and interest in Syria with… 1.547 kata lagi

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Ilham Tohti’s Nomination for Sakharov Prize Welcomed by Laureate and Scholars

China Change, September 19, 2016

Ilham Tohti (伊力哈木), a Uighur scholar known for his incisive writings on China’s policies in Xinjiang, was named by the European Parliament to be one of the five nominees for the… 1.298 kata lagi


Verzweifeltes Kräftemessen in Syriens Arena

Unterschiedliche Machtinteressen zwischen staatlichen Akteuren verlangsamen den Friedensprozess in Syrien. Dies zeigt sich nicht nur an der ambivalenten Haltung der Türkei gegenüber IS und der Regierung Assad. 194 kata lagi

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Instruments de Musique Ouïghours au XinJiang

La musique ouïghoure est accompagnée de nombreux instruments. Les instruments de musique ouïghours d’aujourd’hui sont dérivés des instruments anciens de la région de l’Ouest, de la Chine et des instruments étrangers. 1.041 kata lagi