“‘Many, many governments are looking the other way and self-censoring on the issue of Xinjiang,’ said Daniel R. Russel, the Obama administration’s assistant secretary of state for East Asian and Pacific affairs. ‘Beijing is notoriously prickly about its self-declared ‘core interests,’ and few countries are willing to put the economic benefits of good relations with China at risk — let alone find themselves on the receiving end of Chinese retaliation…’”

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