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Successes in Central Asia have not really helped Beijing to alleviate its problems with Xinjiang’s Uyghur community. Conversely, these problems have, if not marred, at least complicated China’s relations with this region and the Muslim world. In other words, open to all sorts of competing inf luences, Central Asia is far from becoming a new tributary of the world’s second largest economy and power. The SCO’s Weaknesses The Chinese government may have expected too much from the SCO, and some analysts even more.
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