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Published: 15 April 2022

The Future of China’s Minorities with the Growing Power and Breadth of Technology

Aakash Rao

Ashoka University, India

journal of social and political sciences
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10.31014/aior.1991.05.02.347

Pages: 52-67

Keywords: Subjugation, Minorities, CP, Uyghurs, IJOP, Social Credit, Campaigns, Genocide

Abstract

This paper investigates the different methods used by the Communist Party of the People’s Republic of China to subjugate its ethnic minorities. Through this, it predicts the situations of minorities with the growing breadth of technology within the People’s Republic of China and globally.

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