New additions to the site this time :
“Historical Nihilism,” a nasty little bit of propaganda aimed at establishment intellectuals, which we may be hearing more about in the run-up to the celebration of the CCP’s 100-year birthday in July.
For our Youth Concerns project, a nice journalistic essay on young people and…mutual funds.
For our Women’s Voices project, Zuo Fengrong, Professor at the Central Party School, on “The Thucydides Trap and a New Type of Great Power Relationship.”
And finally, Shi Zhan, historian and foreign relations expert on his new book, Breaking through the Cocoon, which I would really like to read if anyone could get their hands on a copy.
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