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Roundtable: Countering Internal Security Challenges in Xinjiang: Rise of Surveillance State? Programme :    Roundtable: Countering Internal Security Challenges in Xinjiang: Rise of Surveillance State?
Venue Name: CONFERENCE ROOM I
Start Date: 12 Oct 2018
End Date: 12 Oct 2018
Start Time: 15:00
Category Name : DISCUSSIONS
 
Roundtable: Countering Internal Security Challenges in Xinjiang: Rise of Surveillance State?
 
Panelists: Prof. K. Warikoo, former Professor at Centre for Inner Asian Studies, SIS, Jawaharlal Nehru University; Dr. Mahesh R. Debata, Director, UGC Area Studies Programme, Jawaharlal Nehru University; Dr. Debasish Chaudhuri, Adjunct Fellow, Institute of Chinese Studies; Dr. Shagun Sharma, Assistant Professor, PG Govt. College for Girls, Chandigarh
 
 
 
Chair: Ambassador Ashok K. Kantha, Director, Institute of Chinese Studies
 
 
 
In the face of series of violent incidents and unrest in Xinjiang between 2013 and 2015, the present Chinese leadership appears to have realized that the dual strategy of overall regional development and coercion could neither ensure much coveted social order and regional stability nor accelerate the process of national blending between the Han and local ethnic minorities. The panel discussion will deliberate on China’s policy in Xinjiang and lessons for India in Kashmir, ‘external involvement’ in the internal challenges in Xinjiang and state’s responses, assimilationist approach to the local unrest, new surveillance system and ‘de-radicalization’
 
 
 
(Collaboration: Institute of Chinese Studies)


 

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