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Frequently Asked Questions

There is a lot of evidence that suggests China is not the greatest polluter in the world even as it hosts much of the manufacturing that the U.S. relies on. They are also taking proactive steps in reducing their carbon footprint and finding solutions for living more sustainably, such as: 

Working hard to coordinate economic growth with green development, building a shared future for all lives on Earth 

Air pollution in China is dropping 

China's pledges to be carbon neutral by 2060

This is complex and painful for the Uyghurs in China and for Muslims across the globe.   
Our concern is that it is being used as a tool to drive the U.S.'s hybrid war on China, instead of a human rights issue that needs to be addressed as such. There is much wrong with how the US reacted and acted on terrorist attacks as with many governments across the globe, China's included. Here are some resources we found helpful: 

Xinjiang: Understanding Complexity, Building Peace - the Italian Institute of Politics, Society and Economics, the Italian Institute of International Diplomacy, and the Italian Eurasian Mediterranean Research Center 

Xinjiang: A Report and Resource Compilation - Qiao Collective

John Ross & thoughts on the Uyghur genocide

Margaret Kimberly on Uyghur population 

Employment and Labor Rights in Xinjiang

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