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Beijing Should Let Hong Kong ‘Go Democratic First’
October 24, 2014
Beijing Should Let Hong Kong ‘Go Democratic First’
China could do well to follow Deng Xiaoping’s advice.
Beijing Should Let Hong Kong ‘Go Democratic First’
China's Democracy Challenge
September 16, 2014
China's Democracy Challenge
Xi Jinping should follow in the footsteps of Chiang Ching-kuo, not Putin, Mao, or even Deng.
China's Democracy Challenge
What Happened to China’s Liberals?
September 15, 2014
What Happened to China’s Liberals?
Missteps by the world's democracies have forced China's closeted liberals to lay low.
What Happened to China’s Liberals?
Hong Kong and China: Mourning the Democracy Dream
September 04, 2014
Hong Kong and China: Mourning the Democracy Dream
Beijing's approach to Hong Kong is a blow to larger hopes for Chinese democracy.
Hong Kong and China: Mourning the Democracy Dream
Solving China’s Economy Isn’t a Question of Democracy
July 20, 2014
Solving China’s Economy Isn’t a Question of Democracy
It is not at all clear that more democracy would lead to higher growth.
Solving China’s Economy Isn’t a Question of Democracy
Democracy With Chinese Characteristics: The Case of Wukan
April 03, 2014
Democracy With Chinese Characteristics: The Case of Wukan
Two rounds of hard-won elections in Wukan have done little to actually improve governance.
Democracy With Chinese Characteristics: The Case of Wukan
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