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‘No Rights without Duties’: Minzu Pingdeng [Nationality Equality] in Xinjiang since the 1997 Ghulja disturbances JOaNNE Smith FiNlEy Newcastle University, UK j.smithfinley@newcastle.ac.uk abStRact this article analyses the handling of the Ürümchi riots of 2009, and of the Shaoguan incident

In: Inner Asia

shaoguan incident. Dilmurat suggests that, by 2009, the Chinese state was already alarmed by the popularity of the Uyghur internet, and the 5 July riots were used to justify the crackdown. <Diyarim.com> was registered with the authorities in 2005. as administrator, Dilshat signed an agreement undertaking

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space where information about the Shaoguan incident was transmitted and Uyghur nationalism expressed in powerful protest at the perceived failure of the Chinese state to punish the Han responsible for killing the two Uyghurs. The virtual internet community the Uyghurs formed was not a simple community

In: Inner Asia