Is China Becoming Less Authoritarian?

When thinking about the ongoing ethnic strife, it’s important to
remember three things: One, people don’t behave like billiard
balls, so attempts to treat them as such are going to come across
as foreign. Billiard balls never suddenly shift their course in
order to fit with a predetermined set of beliefs. Two, China has
spent decades as a dictatorship closed to the world, so a mindset
of peace and stability will seem foreign and strange. And three,
capitalism is an extraordinarily powerful idea: If authoritarianism
is China’s curtain rod, then capitalism is certainly its

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Is China Becoming Less Authoritarian?

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