Yes, this is really Xi Jinping, President Xi Jinping's sort of signature contribution, and he's very much thinking about his legacy in terms of this.
It's drawn on the map as rail lines and roads and the belt across Central Asia. But I think we really should understand that is much broader than that. It really takes in all of Chinese foreign policy all around the world, loans, some investment, economic involvement all over.
So if we think of it simply as a rail line running from Xinjiang to Central Asia, then you think, oh, well, maybe they're worried about Uyghurs doing some things to that rail line.
But that's a very small part of what the entire Belt and Road is. And, moreover, China has security of that key infrastructure in Xinjiang very well under control. There's no real danger to this.
There's a recent editorial from the Chinese newspaper Global Times, which reflects state policy. And it says that there was a danger of Xinjiang becoming China's Syria or China's Libya, and, therefore, these harsh measures were necessary in order to prevent that from happening.