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Three Evils

The Three Evils are defined by the Chinese government as "terrorism, separatism and religious extremism". The phrase is frequently used when referring to counter-terrorism operations undertaken by China, the Central Asian republics, and Russia.[1]

international laws regarding human rights.[1]

Holly Cartner, Europe and Central Asia director at Human Rights Watch, said, "For many years SCO governments have been criticized for their poor human rights records. The SCO's policies could worsen human rights conditions and seek to justify abuse. It's therefore imperative that the European Union and the United States place even greater emphasis on human rights issues in the region."[1]

Uzbek President Islam Karimov once said that the SCO "can firmly crack down on the 'three evils'".[1]

See also


  1. ^ a b c d Eurasia: Uphold human rights in combating terrorism, Shanghai Cooperation Organisation must not punish peaceful dissent Human Rights Watch

External links

  • Country Reports on Human Rights Practices - 2005 Released by the Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights, and Labor March 8, 2006
  • Confronting Terrorism and Other Evils in China: All Quiet on the Western Front?
  • Putin's power pact with China
  • China/Kazakhstan: Forces hold first-ever joint terrorism exercises
  • China and Russia embrace the Shanghai spirit
  • Central Asia: Uyghurs hit by autocratic states' cooperation with Beijing
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