Activists and friends call Ilham Tohti’s conviction for separatism a “transparent miscarriage of justice.”
A campaign against separatism blurs into an attack on Islam in Xinjiang, stoking resentment and, at times, deadly protests.
As Beijing confronts Islamist threats from abroad, Washington seeks common ground in Iraq and Syria.
Human rights groups called the Ilham Tohti case a “travesty of justice” that will fuel extremism in Xinjiang.
A student at Indiana University, Jewher says her father opposed violence and worked to foster greater understanding between Han and Uighurs in China.
Human rights group called the Ilham Tohti case a “travesty of justice” that will fuel extremism in Xinjiang.
Incident in March at railway station that left 31 dead and 141 wounded is believed to be tied to Uighur unrest.
The central government makes a “pirouette" to the west, beefing up links to Muslim Central Asia.
Former NBA center aims to persuade China to ban ivory sales to curb mass slaughter of elephants in Africa.
Are foreign multinationals being subject to government takedowns to clear way for domestic companies?