China says tough measures in Xinjiang are to beat terrorism – why isn’t the West convinced?

Apr 4, 2021 | INVESTING

Zhang Chunxian was seen by many as the hope of Xinjiang in 2010. Just months after the 2009 bloodbath and violent ethnic clashes that shocked the region and left more than 190 dead, Zhang, the region’s media savvy and somewhat charismatic new party chief, stepped in to replace his iron-fisted predecessor who had ruled the region for more than a decade.In one month, Zhang lifted an eight-month internet ban in Xinjiang. In 2015, he became the first Xinjiang party boss ever to join Muslim groups…

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