Turkey has ethnic and historical relations with Uyghurs, and yet it actively helps the Chinese government in their genocide. It uses Uyghur refugees and their families as canon fodder in Syria and then deports them to China for “deradicalisation”
Right up until 9/11, China officially maintained that there were no extremist activities in East Turkistan. However, when the US declared its ‘war on terror’, China found an excuse to crush the dissent.
Geopolitical analyst Mark Kinra talks to Dr Ian Hancock, a veteran Romani expert, about Romani culture, their Indian roots, and his relentless efforts to get the world to recognise Romanis’ identity and human rights.
In this conversation with geopolitical analyst Mark Kinra, Mr Hakeem Baloch, President, BNM-UK Zone, and Ms Kiran Nazish, Journalist and Founder-Director, CFWIJ, bring to light the various aspects, dreams and stories of Ms Karima Baloch, and the inspiration she serves to countless of Baloch women and freedom fighters.
Geopolitical analyst Mark Kinra discusses the latest conflict and ceasefire between Armenia and Azerbaijan with Prof. Ali Omidi of University of Isfahan, Iran, and Ms Aditi Bhaduri, Founder-Editor of International Affairs Review, New Delhi.
Prashant Pansare, MD, Inteliment Technologies, talks about banning Chinese apps, opportunities for India’s app economy, and why a change in mindset is necessary to grow it, with Amogh Oak, for Lokmaanya.
On the occasion of Balochistan Independence Day (11 Aug), Amogh Oak, Hakeem Baloch President of Baloch National Movement UK Zone, and Mark Kinra, geopolitical analyst and South Asia expert, discuss the role of Baloch youth in the freedom struggle, their dreams and aspirations, and the cause of global Baloch solidarity.