An ethnic Uygur protests against China in Turkey, one of the countries that has raised Beijing’s treatment of Muslim minorities at the UN. Photo: Reuters An ethnic Uygur protests against China in Turkey, one of the countries that has raised Beijing’s treatment of Muslim minorities at the UN. Photo: Reuters
An ethnic Uygur protests against China in Turkey, one of the countries that has raised Beijing’s treatment of Muslim minorities at the UN. Photo: Reuters

China claims support on Xinjiang, Hong Kong, but can dividing UN pay off?

  • Beijing’s coalition-building as it rallies nations to back it on human rights issues is crystallising a war of values with the West
  • With confrontations between rival camps dominating international institutions, China’s credibility as a global leader may be at stake

Topic |   Human rights in China
An ethnic Uygur protests against China in Turkey, one of the countries that has raised Beijing’s treatment of Muslim minorities at the UN. Photo: Reuters An ethnic Uygur protests against China in Turkey, one of the countries that has raised Beijing’s treatment of Muslim minorities at the UN. Photo: Reuters
An ethnic Uygur protests against China in Turkey, one of the countries that has raised Beijing’s treatment of Muslim minorities at the UN. Photo: Reuters
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