‘Ours Will No Longer Be a Nation Subject to Insult and Humiliation’

Jesscia Chen Weiss writes in this New York Times opinion piece about current events such as the trade war and Hong Kong protests and their impacts on China.

"Rather than play down these challenges at home, President Xi Jinping’s response has been to accentuate the peril of foreign threats to the Chinese nation, while glorifying the bond between the Chinese Communist Party and the people," she writes. "His bet has been that through cementing nationalism in China he will strengthen his hand. So far, this tactic has proved effective, but it is not without significant risks for China and for the world."

Read the entire opinion piece.

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