Xinjiang and Central Asia since 1990: Views from Beijing and Washington and Sino-American relations
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The chapter explores how China and the United States have viewed Xinjiang and the Central Asian region since 1990. It gives focus to the ways in which developments in the situation in Xinjiang and Central Asia have impacted on the interrelationship between China and the United States. It takes two events as particularly important to the world and Central Asian region: the collapse of the Soviet Union at the end of 1991 and the September 11 incidents of w2001. It argues that the former event is much the more important for the Central Asian region.
China, Xinjiang and Central Asia: History, transition and crossborder interaction into the 21st century
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