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Uyghur "Thought Liberation" in Xinjiang

China's policy of "de-extremification toward its Uyghur population reveals a deep-seated anxiety around security, while exacting a startling social cost....Read More

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John L. Esposito Dear Reader,

Every year, the Institute for Social Policy and Understanding (ISPU) publishes its American Muslim Poll, a survey that gathers identical information from American Muslims alongside the general public...  Read full letter
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