The real threat to China’s security is internal

The task of maintaining social stability among diverse ethnic minority provinces is far more daunting than the imagined threats of US containment or Japanese aggression.

As Chinese President Xi Jinping completed his tour of Xinjiang province last week and vowed “resolute measures” against “violent terrorists,” explosions tore through crowds at Urumqi’s largest train station.

The suicide bombing in the provincial capital of China’s far western Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region left three dead (including two perpetrators) and 79 injured.


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