At this CECC roundtable, panelists examined conditions in the far western
region of Xinjiang one year after demonstrations and rioting occurred there.
Events in July 2009 exposed longstanding tensions in the region and Uyghurs'
grievances toward government policies that threaten basic rights.
Authorities pledged in 2010 to improve economic conditions in Xinjiang and
appointed a new Party secretary for the region. How will these new
developments shape Xinjiang's future? Is the government effectively
addressing Uyghurs' grievances? How have government controls over the free
flow of information affected our understanding of events in the region?
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