Was The U.S. Complicit in China’s Uighur Detention Camp Policies?

In the arid foothills found in the far west of China’s reach, the city of Kashar rises out of the dust like a fabled oasis. A Silk Road outpost so ancient it predates the reign of Cleopatra, it’s played many roles over the course of millennia–a merchant city, a military camp, and, until recently, a…