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A South Asian Perspective on China's Xinjiang?

History is replete with examples of nations becoming powerful, conquering less powerful nations and incorporating them into territorial states. A concomitant result of this historical pattern is waves of control and loss over peoples punctuating the story of the world's two hundred territorial states today. This phenomenon is often assigned to the post-Westphalian states of Europe,

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