We don’t want war, but we’re not afraid of it

The big problem – and a drawback – of Western analyses of contemporary China is that we mostly duplicate ourselves, repeat our own Western ideas, which are often burdened with a Cold War mentality or – more often – anti-communist prejudices.

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Author Bogdan J. Góralczyk
Political scientist and sinologist, professor and director of the European Center of the University of Warsaw. He recently published an extensive volume: "The Great Renaissance. The Chinese Transformation and Its Consequences."
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