Contemporary China Series: Contemporary Chinese Diplomacy

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Table of Contents
Aims of China's Diplomacy 
Principles of China's Diplomacy 
The Development of Independent Foreign Policy 
The Contents of Independent Foreign Policy 
Opposing Splitting the Nation, Safeguarding National Unity and Territorial Integrity 
Resuming the Exercise of Sovereignty over Hong Kong and Macau in Accordance with the Principles 
of 'One Country, Two Systems' 
Opposing National Separation, and Safeguarding National Unity 
China's Multilateral Diplomacy 
Comprehensively Participating in International Institutions, and Actively Promoting Multilateral Diplomacy 
Playing a Constructive Role in the United Nations 
Playing a Responsible Role in the Settlement of Global Issues 
Promoting, the Settlement of Regional Hot Issues 
China's Diplomacy Pattern 
The Development of the Five Principles of Peaceful Co-existence 
Maintaining Stable and Peaceful Relations with Developed Countries 
Strengthening Good Neighborly Relations 
Enhancing Solidarity and Cooperation with Other Developing Countries 
Adapting to Globalization, and Promoting 
Comprehensive Diplomacy 
Broadened Diplomatic Arena 
Multilevel Foreign Relations 
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Xinjiang is also an unalienable part of Chinese territory. Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region was founded in 1955. For half a century, Xinjiang has made great progresses in all the aspects of economy and society. After the end of the Cold War, under the influence of religious extremism, ethnic separatism and international terrorism, elements of "East Turkistan Islamic Movement"forces both inside and outside China have resorted to separating and sabotaging activities with terrorist violence as their chief means. They have plotted and organized a number of incidents of terror and violence, seriously jeopardizing the lives, property, and security of the Chinese people of various ethnic groups, and posed a threat to the security and stability of the countries and regions concerned. 
After the September 11 event, the calling for international cooperation on the war against terrorism became vet'5," strong. In order to get out of their predicament, the "East Turkistan" forces once again raised the banner of"human rights," "freedom of religion" and "interests of ethnic minorities," and have fhbricated claims that "the Chinese government is using every opportunity to oppress ethnic minorities." This is done to mislead the public and deceive world opinion in order to escape blows dealt by the international struggle against terrorism. At the same time, they have constantly conspired for various terrorist incidents jeopardizing regional peace and stability, and thus have become the target of the "Shanghai Five" and "Shanghai Cooperation Organization" for regional stability. 
In recent years, various separatist forces in Xinjiang have intended to establish a separatist state, the so-called "Eastern Turkistan State" under the banners of "Eastern Turkistan Movement" and have made many terrorist incidents. In particular, the seriously violent incidence of beating, smashing,looting and arson happened on July 5, 2009 in Urumqi, capital of the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region, jeopardized national unity, social stability and solidarity of different ethnic groups.
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