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date: 26 May 2020

Terrorism Kǒngbù zhǔyì 恐怖主义‎ 

Source:
Berkshire Encyclopedia of China
Author(s):
James P. MuldoonJames P. Muldoon Jr.

Before the events ofSeptember 11, 2001, international terrorism was a remote concern for China. But now that terrorists have attacked in Asia—and the East Turkestan Islamic Movement is a threat on China’s own soil—the Chinese government is no longer willing to sit on the sidelines. As an increasingly large player in global strategic affairs, China has joined the international antiterrorism coalition. ...

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