China is emerging as a low-key but powerful partner of Central Asian governments. Hoping to keep its own Muslim population quiet, China is investing in a network of communications between its western Xinjiang region and Central Asian countries that both sides hope will be as important a trade route as the ancient ‘Silk Road’. by […]

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