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An analysis of American interference in Xinjiang affairs under the context of human rights protection - A research report from the perspective of Xinjiang's population

By Zuliyati Simayi and Zhang Yaxi, School of Marxism Xinjiang University | | Updated: 2021-01-06 15:38
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III. Conclusion

To respect and protect human rights is prescribed by the Constitution of China. At present, China's Xinjiang has made new progress in the cause of human rights. However, some western politicians and anti-China "scholars" are fabricating all kinds of lies relating to Xinjiang affairs and other Chinese affairs out of ideological bias or other ulterior purposes.

No matter how the lies are beautified, they will always be debunked when faced with the truth.

Through an analysis of the population data, this paper offers a clear presentation of Xinjiang's actual population situation. It is undoubtedly a powerful response to the western politicians and "scholars" smearing Xinjiang's human rights situation from the perspective of population.

As a product of historical conditions, human rights is bound to develop with the development of historical conditions.

At present, Xinjiang is in the golden period of prosperity and development. The rapid economic development in Xinjiang has laid a solid material foundation to the cause of human rights in Xinjiang, and the harmonious and stable society have provided favorable social conditions.

The positive momentum of Xinjiang's population situation is a strong proof that the human rights of people of all ethnicities in Xinjiang have been guaranteed and promoted all the time.

The people of all ethnicities in Xinjiang have a common goal of pushing for continuous progress of human rights, and they will work together to strengthen the protection of human rights and promote the progress of human rights among people of all ethnic groups in Xinjiang.

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