Preferential policies – seen by Han Chinese as giving ethnic minorities unfair benefits – are changing

Police crackdown on those who abuse the law may also be on the way, as campaigns stressing national identity are expanded

Legislation urges US government to act to counter China’s crackdown on Muslims and other minority groups

It would prohibit the export of certain US technologies that could be used in state-sponsored suppression


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