China Anti Terror Laws and Human Rights in The XUAR Summary

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(3-4 pages, double spaced) that contains a summary of the reading, your views, feedback, as well as other comments that you found persuasive during the class discussion. You should highlight if and why you have revised your initial thoughts on the readings and subject matter.

my views: Xinjiang has multiple problem caused by different culture background of nearby countries. Chinease government did used camp to educate them but The result is that people who graduated from camp school are able to find a job and can speak chinese. Riot came because people are suffering from life, they wont if they can have a stable life.(they might have to secrifise something on the way to the human right) I think this is the main idea of the chinese government.

Prof, Feadback: if this happened in US, its also gonna be hard for american to handle this problem, american might not lock them in somewhere for education but will allow them protesting on the street.

reason for the initial throughts on the reading: China has almost 20% population of the wolrd inside their country, so stable of this huge and powerful country is their priority.

video link:https://www.hrw.org/news/2018/09/09/china-massive-crackdown-muslim-region

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Widening the net: China’s anti-terror laws and human rights in theXinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region Summary ‘Shanghai Five’ in 1996 and its eventual transformationinto the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) in June 2001. alternating periods of ‘soft’ and ‘hard’ policiestoward ethnic minority religious and cultural expression The major changes wrought by the amendments concern widening the scope of actions that are now criminalised as‘terrorist’ acts and increases in punitive measures. The definition for tororist Urumqi municipality “Manual for Ethnic and ReligiousWork”. Main argument The international dynamic of privileging security concerns over protecting human rights is prevalent in China andis acutely felt in the specific regional context of the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region. While this dynamic of privileging security concerns over protecting humanrights is prevalent in China, it is one that is acutely felt in a specific regional context that has broad implications for China’s domestic politics and international relations. Anti-terror laws have eroded the protection of individual human rights – is one that needs to be tempered in the context of Xinjiang by noting that the impact of anti-terror laws These developments suggested that as in numerous other cases throughout the world, national and international security – narrowly defined as ensuring the security of sovereign states – had taken precedence over the promotion and protection of universal human rights standards. Main assumptions Although a significant amount of attention has been paid to the implementation of anti-terror laws and their impact on human rights in the West, relatively little has been paid to this issue in the Chinese context. The security implications of China’s ethnic minorities vary due to a number of important factors such as geographic con-centration and varying degrees of acculturation to the dominant Han society. Question. If we look at the Xinjiang issue from the perspective of geopolitical tension, what is the main cause of the Xinjiang problem? There is a different solution if we put questions similar to Xinjiang to other countries whether they are dealing with similar ethnic issues. …
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