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Terrorism in China

Rohan Gunaratna

Terrorism in China

ethnic identity and national conflict

by Rohan Gunaratna

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Published by Palgrave Macmillan in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Terrorism -- China,
  • Domestic terrorism -- China

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    StatementRohan Gunaratna, Arabinda Acharya, and Wang Pengxin.
    ContributionsAcharya, Arabinda., Pengxin, Wang.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHV6433.C55 G86 2009
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23935797M
    ISBN 109780230103054
    LC Control Number2009043571

    Despite the significant attention given in the scholarly literature to exploring the strength, scope and implications of counter-terrorism policy since 9/11, there has been no systematic analysis of China’s approach to terrorism and counter-terrorism. This is a major lacuna given China’s increasing power and influence in international affairs and the increasing incidence of terrorism . As China’s role in global political and economic affairs has expanded, so has its exposure to international and domestic terrorism. At the same time, it is constrained in its response by two long-held principles—nonintervention and noninterference. This Peace Brief discusses the threats to China, its response, and how these might affect its participation in global counterterrorism .

      “The book-burning was not surprising when you consider the pressure on academics in recent years,” said Qiao, who moved to Virginia in late because of the climate in China. “I only fear. The China-Pakistan axis plays a central role in Asia's geopolitics, from India's rise to the prospects for a post-American Afghanistan, from the threat of nuclear terrorism to the continent's new map of mines, ports and pipelines.

      User Review - Flag as inappropriate Terrorism: Reality of Invisible Balance of Power Naveed Ahmed In his book, Invisible Balance of Power, published in , Sajjad Shaukat has taken present ‘different war’ as an interaction of ‘state terrorism’ led by the United States and the ‘group terrorism’ by the Al Qaeda or Islamic militants. A number of authors have written books 3/5(3). Though India, China and Russia have been taking identical positions on the issue of terrorism affecting the region in bilateral interactions and at international forums, such as, the UN, BRICS and SCO, very little has happened by way of co-ordinated action or controlling the menance.


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It examines China's counter-terrorism policy from a variety of viewpoints--counter-terrorism, ethnography, policymaking, area studies--and makes a valid contribution to various fields by means of an organic and informative narrative." -- Format: Hardcover.

This book brings together some of the leading experts on Chinese terrorism, offering the first systematic, scholarly assessment of the country’s approaches to this threat.

Four areas of investigation are looked Terrorism in China book the scope and nature of terrorism in China and its connection with developments in other regions; the development of legislative.

The nature of terrorism in China is changing, as is the Chinese government’s response to the threat. Despite the importance of the issue for China and the world, there is little understanding in. China's problem with terrorism has historically been considered an outgrowth of Beijing's efforts to integrate the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region into the People's Republic of China.

Since the end of the Cold War, however, this internal dynamic has converged with an evolving external environment, stimulating the development of linkages between Uyghur separatism and terrorism. Terrorism Index in China decreased to in from in Terrorism Index in China averaged from untilreaching an all time high of in and a record low of in   Terrorism and Counter-Terrorism in China by Michael Clarke,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.

The cruel irony of China’s current leadership of Interpol beggars belief and is an abuse of the legal system. A reasonable definition of Terrorism in China book is the utilization of violence by private individuals for political purposes.

The political purposes are clear in that China’s acquiescence to terrorism is aimed at adversary countries, not allies. T his is a remarkable book with a chilling message. The Chinese Communist party, for which dominating rural China in order to encircle its.

The notion of “terrorism” is viewed differently in China than it is in the West. The CCP views acts of political dissent, protest and cultural expression as forms of terrorism, capable of undermining CCP legitimacy.

But, even by Western standards, China is experiencing terrorist. Despite the violent incidents across China, Urumqi remains the primary center for terrorism in China. Urumqi holds such a distinction because it is the axis of Xinjiang’s cultural melting pot where Uighurs and Han Chinese live and work side-by-side.

Due to this mix, there is a perennial fear in Urumqi of ethnic tensions spilling over. One of my major concerns is that China is going to export its model of “automated authoritarianism” to other autocratic governments and even possibly some democracies.

I wrote about Chinese counter-terrorism policies for a piece in Slate, over the summer where I touched upon some of these issues and concerns. The book is a kind of intellectual godfather to the research I have tried to do on the endings of terrorist campaigns. His argument—that in the middle of a passionate and difficult situation, we need to think about the longer-term outcome—is directly relevant to the action and reaction pattern that can unfold in the middle of a terrorist.

This book brings together some of the leading experts on Chinese terrorism, offering the first systematic, scholarly assessment of the country's approaches to this threat. Four areas of investigation are looked at: the scope and nature of terrorism in China and its connection with developments in other regions; the development of legislative Pages: China’s openly denounces terrorism, however; its reluctance to join other countries such as the United States, United Kingdom and Australia in its fight against IS detracts from its international stance, it is anticipated that as the threat of domestic terrorist attacks on Chinese territory rises, the support from western countries will decrease.

The 9/11 attacks brought Islamic terrorism under the spotlight, and by doing so, provided the Communist Part of China (CPC) with new rhetoric to apply to its security policy in Xinjiang. Under the new law, China will have a single counter-terrorism body which the country's public security ministry says "will be in charge of identifying terrorist activities and personnel, and.

Global Anti-Terrorism Law and Policy - edited by Victor V. Ramraj January Responses to terrorism in China. from Part III - Anti-terrorism law and policy in Asia By Fu Hualing; Email your librarian or administrator to recommend adding this book to your organisation's collection.

Global Anti-Terrorism Law and Policy. China’s evolving approach to international cooperation in counterterrorism, and (5) the opportunities for, and challenges of, U.S.-China cooperation on countering terrorism.

The following are the key findings. It is difficult to determine the nature and magnitude of China’s terrorism problem. China’s dilemmas with respect to Uyghur terrorism are increasingly transnational in nature, defined by the interpenetration of ‘internal’ and ‘external’ security issues and threats.

The chapter argues that this ‘internal-external’ security nexus has conditioned government responses to the threat of Uyghur terrorism in important ways in the context of its domestic governance of. China. Important COVID travel guidance UK Counter Terrorism Policing has information and advice on staying safe abroad and what to do in the event of a terrorist attack.

China’s microchip output is almost doubling every two years, and chip giant Intel has opened a multibillion-dollar plant in Dalian, China. to terrorism. His latest book, Miami Babylon: Crime."South China Sea Dilemma: How Can The US-led Movement Persuade China To Act Fairly?", Commodore (Retd) Uday Bhaskar 04 Aug, South China Morning Post "Operation Cleanup In China", Jayadeva Ranade 04 Aug, The Tribune.Bottom Line Up Front Despite being well-known for producing high numbers of foreign fighters, Central Asian countries, especially Uzbekistan and Tajikistan, have been mostly spared from domestic terrorist attacks.

Global terrorism trends signal a shift in focus and re-location to Central Asia, however, increasing the terrorism threat in the region and the prospects for .