February 11, 2013

The Post Democratic World Begins in China

Eric Li, Foreign Affairs

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In the next decade, China will continue to rise, not fade. Its leaders will consolidate the one-party model and, in the process, challenge the West’s smug certainty about political development and the inevitable march toward electoral democracy.

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