Snapshots of China’s ‘Uncivil Society’
Under the leadership of Xi Jinping, the Chinese Communist Party has reinvigorated attempts to eradicate detrimental ‘Western ideas’, resulting in the assertion that civil society is nothing more than a concept, if not a trap set by the West. In practice, however, these attempts by the Chinese government to prevent a civil society from organising itself has led to the emergence of a very different— uncivil—type of society.
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