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China's position on fighting domestic and external threat of terrorism
Deich Tatiana

Doctor of History

Deych Tatiana Lazarevna, lead research associate of the Institute for African Studies of the Russian Academy of Sciences

123001, Russia, g. Moscow, ul. Spiridonovka, d.30/1

tdeich@yandex.ru
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Abstract.

The object of this research is the threat of terrorism. The subject of research is the position of China on fighting domestic and external terrorist threats. The article is focused on the threat presented to China by terrorism. This threat is impacts both, the situation within China's borders, due to Xinjiang Uygur radicals, some of whom are ISIL-trained, as well as the situation outside China, such as in Africa and the Arab East, which house many Chinese companies - their workers often become terrorist targets.
The methodological basis of this work is the comparative-political approach, the methods of analysis and synthesis. The author focused mainly on the principle of historism.
Beijing's policies of fighting terrorism still hasn't gotten due attention. The goal of the article is to evaluate the scale of the threat and the measures taken by Beijing to protect its citizens and businesses and to oppose the terrorist threat as a whole. The author also aims to analyze the newest tendencies in Beijing's policies regarding international security.
 

Keywords: Arab countries, Africa, terrorist threats, terrorism, Islamic extremism, Xinjiang-Uygur radicals, China, Chinese companies, noninterference, peacekeeping

DOI:

10.7256/2454-0617.2018.1.25425

Article was received:

13-02-2018


Review date:

12-02-2018


Publish date:

05-04-2018


This article written in Russian. You can find full text of article in Russian here .

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