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Current History (2014) 113 (764): 231–237.
Published: 01 September 2014
... s China, which has 55 official minority groups, mainly concern the historical outer peripheries, Tibet and Xinjiang. These two regions were incorporated, respectively, by the two nomadic dynasties in Chinese history, the Mongols and the Manchus. Xinjiang became a regular province in 1884 under...
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Current History (2011) 110 (737): 211–216.
Published: 01 September 2011
... Liu Xiaobo People's Liberation Army Deng Xiaoping Tibet 211 China s leaders seem nervous. Despite pre-siding over a rapidly growing economy and an ever-increasing presence in inter- national affairs, they remain wary of the potential of a popular upsurge that would threaten their hold on...
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Current History (2002) 101 (656): 267–270.
Published: 01 September 2002
... independence to Xin- jiang (lest it lose its authority over Tibet and Tai- wan as well), an approach that grants the region more control over its own resources and gover- nance, while maintaining central control over national defense and international trade, not only would seem to make sense in the modern era...
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Current History (2001) 100 (647): 263–268.
Published: 01 September 2001
... could work relates not to 1989 but to Tibet. American complaints about China s policies in Tibet have often been presented as an issue of reli- gious freedom, provoking the usual rejoinder that Chinese behavior is being judged by external and inappropriate criteria. But what if we focused, as Ian Buruma...
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Current History (2001) 100 (647): 278–283.
Published: 01 September 2001
...Barry Sautman As the myths surrounding the Tibetan cause are challenged by scholars, emigre leaders may reconsider their claim that an independent Tibet is inevitable. And China's leaders may confront the self-delusion that because the Tibet question will end with the Dalai Lama, a compromise...