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Xinjiang and China"s rise in Central Asia, 1949-2009

Michael E. Clarke

Xinjiang and China"s rise in Central Asia, 1949-2009

a history

by Michael E. Clarke

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Published by Routledge in New York .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references and index.

StatementMichael E. Clarke
SeriesRoutledge contemporary China series -- 64
Classifications
LC ClassificationsDS793.S62 C63 2011
The Physical Object
Paginationp. cm.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24412137M
ISBN 109780415584562, 9780203831113
LC Control Number2010033464

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This book provides an account of how China’s evolving integrationist policies in Xinjiang have influenced its foreign policy in Central Asia since the establishment of the People’s Republic inand how the policy of integration is related to China’s concern for security and its pursuit of increased power and influence in Central : Taylor And Francis.

This book provides an account of how China’s evolving integrationist policies in Xinjiang have influenced its foreign policy in Central Asia since the establishment of the People’s Republic in.

This book provides an account of how China’s evolving integrationist policies in Xinjiang have influenced its foreign policy in Central Asia since the establishment of the People’s Republic inand how the policy of integration is related to China’s concern for security and its pursuit of increased power and influence in Central : Michael E.

Clarke. This book provides an account of how Beijing's evolving integrationist policies in Xinjiang have influenced its foreign policy in Central Asia since the establishment of the People's Republic inand how the policy of integration is related to China's concern for security and to its pursuit of increased power and influence in Central Asia.

Book Description. Central Asia and Xinjiang and Chinas rise in Central Asia – the far north-western province of China – are 1949-2009 book increasing international importance. The United States, having established military bases in Central Asia after Septemberhas now become a force in what was previously predominantly a Russian sphere of influence; whilst China, Russia and Iran all continue to exert strong influence.

Xinjiang and Chinas rise in Central Asia The enormous area now known as China's Xinjiang Province came to prominence with the rise of the Silk Road two millennia ago, of which it constituted a major “leg”. For centuries its nomadic peoples and city-states were subject to both religious and economic influences from India, Greece, Persia 1949-2009 book, of course, China, resulting in a land rich with archeological and cultural treasures.

Xinjiang and China's Rise in Central Asia, A History. London: Routledge. Intwo years after the violent protests in the city of Urumqi, the northwest province of China, Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region (XUAR), citizens from Europe, Canada, United States, Turkey, Japan, Kazakhstan, and Australia demonstrated in cities throughout the world to show their support for the Uyghur rights.

Review – Michael E. Clarke, Xinjiang and China’s Rise in Central Asia—A History. London: RoutledgeCurzon,   For Xinjiang also, the Belt and Road Initiative constitutes China’s greatest project for the twenty-first century.

Xinjiang is a pivot of 1949-2009 book new 1949-2009 book of Central Asia, and through it the new Silk Road is able to reach far away countries. The history, society, economy and geopolitics along the ancient Silk Road provide a perspective to Author: Jean A.

Berlie. This book provides an account of how China "s evolving integrationist policies in Xinjiang have influenced its foreign policy in Central Asia since the establishment of the People "s Republic inand how the policy of integration is related to China "s concern for security and its pursuit of increased power and influence in Central Asia.

This book provides an account of how China's evolving integrationist policies in Xinjiang have influenced its foreign policy in Central Asia since the establishment of the People's Republic inand how the policy of integration is related to China's concern for security and its pursuit of increased power and influence in Central Asia.

China, Xinjiang and the internationalisation of the Uyghur issue Article (PDF Available) in Global Change Peace & Security Peace & Security(2) June with 2, Reads. Clarke M.E. Xinjiang and China’s rise in Central Asia—A history, – New York (NY) Routledge Clarke M.E.

Xinjiang and China’s rise in Central Asia—A history, – New York (NY) Routledge)| false. Central Asia and Xinjiang is of interest in itself, 10 the em phasis that China places on Xinjiang with regard to its policy in Central Asia is a significant topic of study, as it.

Xinjiang Becomes China's Link to Central Asia The ongoing Urumqi Trade Fair has demonstrated the important role the Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region plays in China's relations with central Asia. Xinjiang in China’s Foreign Policy toward Central Asia Malika Tukmadiyeva * Introduction The collapse of the Soviet Union led to the appearance of new players in the Central Asian region, the most important of which is China.

In the span of some twenty years, China has become a major trade partner and investor in the region. Its trade with. Commentators around the world have focused on China's rise but rarely have done so in regard to China's policies in Central Asia.

Much of that rise appears to have been at Russia's expense, and China is increasingly able to deploy potent economic and political instruments of power (with the military one always being in reserve) to advance its position in Central by: 2. Xinjiang and China's Rise in Central Asia - A History.

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According to the ce nsus, the total popu lation of Xinjiang wa s. Xinjiang and China’s Rise in Central Asia – A History () By Michael E.

Clarke Summary The recent conflict between indigenous Uyghurs and Han Chinese demonstrates that Xinjiang is a major trouble spot for China, with Uyghur demands for increased autonomy, and where Beijing’s policy is to more firmly integrate the province within China.

Russia and Central Asian countries have been positive about China’s economic aims in the region. However, friction has increased with China’s rise, Chinese authorities tending to blame Xinjiang’s disturbances on Islamism in Central Asia. China resents the USA for giving asylum to Rebiya Kadeer, president of the anti-China World Uyghur.

Jeremy Tredinnick is a British travel writer, photographer and editor based in Hong Kong. He is the author of Xinjiang: China’s Central Asia, co-author of Kazakhstan: Nomadic Routes from Caspian to Altai and China: Renaissance of the Middle Kingdom, and managing editor of Asia Overland: Tales of Travel on the Trans-Siberian & Silk Road and Mongolia: Nomad Empire of Eternal Blue Sky, Author: Jeremy Tredinnick.

Based on high resolution palynological investigations and AMS 14 C dating, the continuous lacustrine sediments contained in Yili Valley, Xinjiang provide an opportunity to reconstruct the effective moisture changes for the last 15 kyr in central Asia.

The relatively warm and humid climate of the Bølling-Allerød (15– cal kyr BP) is a generalization, but it seems to show some by: In the 18th century, the area was conquered by the Chinese Qing dynasty.

Inafter the Dungan Revolt (–77), the area was renamed Xinjiang. It is now a part of the People's Republic of China, despite resistance of the local population. 2 Ethnic identity.

Genetic studies. 3 Early inhabitants (2nd–1st millennium BCE). While Central Asia is well accustomed to the presence of Russian influence, it is only recently that Beijing has become a major regional power.

Since the fall of the Soviet Union inChina has strengthened its ties with the five Central Asian republics and, over the past decade, this process has : Dylan Morris.

MIDDLE EAST POLICY,NO. 3, FALL economies of Central Asia; and the relative waning of Russian and American power in the region.4 The Palestinization of conflict in Xinjiang. "Roberts provides a comprehensive explanation for the current arbitrary mass detention of Uyghurs in China, an issue of global geopolitical significance.

His book will likely become a standard reference for students on this topic."—Max Oidtmann, author of Forging the Golden Urn: The Qing Empire and the Politics of Reincarnation in Tibet. The contemporary situation in Xinjiang including the tenacious issue of Uyghur nationalism and separatism form the central discussion of the paper followed by the countermeasures of the Chinese government to overcome the problems, some of which are repressive, and finally, the reactions of the Uyghurs towards those : Fauziah Fathil.

Structured in three parts, the book skillfully guides us through the importance of the historical links between the Indian sub-continent and Central Asia, the regional and global context in which the developing of closer relations between India and Central Asia has presented itself since the collapse of the Soviet Union, the precise domains of Cited by: 3.

The Xinjiang region is located in the eastern part of Central Asia and is the largest province in China. Being a part of northwestern China, it is divided into three sub-regions by the Tianshan mountain range: Northern Xinjiang, Tianshan Mountains, and Southern Xinjiang ().The climatic regime is controlled by a westerly circulation, and the moisture condition is low, due to the long distance.

However, the links are apparent to the extent that Xinjiang has been continuously included by many experts within the larger construct referred to as “Central Asia.” For further information on this topic, see Michael E.

Clarke, Xinjiang and China’s Rise in Central Asia, (London: Routledge, ).Cited by: 1. However, the links are apparent to the extent that Xinjiang has been continuously included by many experts within the larger construct referred to as “Central Asia.” For further information on this topic, see Michael E.

Clarke, Xinjiang and China’s Rise in Central Asia, (London: Routledge, ). Xinjiang and China's Rise in Central Asia - A History. Taylor & Francis. ISBN ; Clarke, Michael Edmund (). In the Eye of Power: China and Xinjiang from the Qing Conquest to the 'New Great Game' for Central Asia, – (PDF) (Thesis).

Griffith University, Brisbane: Dept. of International Business & Asian l meaning: Northern Xinjiang. Editor's Note: This is a three-part series on China's evolving strategic interests in Central Asia and in its own far northwest, the Xinjiang Uighur Autonomous 1 looks at Xinjiang's history as a "buffer region" protecting China's core and linking it to Eurasia.

This installment also examines recent efforts by Beijing to adapt the region's legacies to new uses. An interesting mental game to play as you are reading China Ascendant: Its Rise and Implications is to classify each of its 49 chapters (divided into 4 thematic parts) under the 36 stratagems.

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