This collection presents summaries of the White Papers, which are reports published in English by the State Council Information Office of the People’s Republic of China to explain and justify policies in Xinjiang. Each entry in the collection features textual analysis of key terms by frequency and a word cloud.

This paper presents population and data statisitics regarding those living in Xinjiang, focusing on seven major areas of development.

This paper outlines seven rights and protections given to ethnic minority groups living in Xinjiang.

This paper examines the current state of employment rates, labor rights, and poverty elimination strategies in Xinjiang.

This paper outlines the effectiveness of the “vocational education and training centers” in stemming the spread of religious extremism in Xinjiang.

This paper emphasizes the inseparability of Xinjiang with China.

This paper highlights the threat of terrorism in Xinjiang and refutes any arguments in favour of Xinjiang sovereignty.

This paper illustrates examples of coexistence between Chinese and Uyghur cultures.

This paper provides examples of inter-and intra-religious conflict in Xinjiang and the surrounding region.

This paper focuses on ethnic unity in Xinjiang and highlights the need to promote regional autonomy in regions with ethnic minorities.

This paper argues the importance of establishing Xinjiang Production and Construction Corps (XPCC) in the Chinese frontiers.

This paper examines the progress and development in Xinjiang as an example of the success of China’s policies on ethnic minorities.

This paper discusses the coexistence of Chinese minorities and relations between China’s western regions and the Central Asian states.