New this fortnight: Zhang Qianfan, the controversial and outspoken law professor at Beijing University, on “Left and Right in China and the West: A Trans-Oceanic Misunderstanding,” a frank discussion of what liberal Chinese Trump fans are doing to Chinese liberalism; and Yan Xuetong's, “Why and How to Prevent the Intensification of Ideological Disputes between China and the US,” a call by a major scholar of international relations for China to abandon Wolf Warrior diplomacy and return to the modest foreign policy that has served China well for forty years.
New on the site this fortnight, Li Tuo, “The Riddle of the Twenty-First Century: Interview on the Coronavirus Crisis and Contemporary Capitalism.” I have removed this piece from my site at the request of the author, who had already arranged translation and publication on another platform, boundary2. The text is available here.
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