#79 Democracy and the China Model Asia Rising

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For the past 15 years western democracies have appeared to reach a crisis point. Cynicism towards political institutions is widespread, with results in the UK and the United States the most visible manifestation of this trend.


In contrast, the Chinese Communist Party has overseen the greatest advancement in human development history, and maintained social stability and cohesion at the same time. Is there something structurally wrong with liberal democracy, and does China have a better model for managing politics in the 21st century?


Guest: Professor Daniel Bell (Dean, School of Political Science and Public Administration, Shandong University)


Follow La Trobe Asia on Twitter: @latrobeasia

For the past 15 years western democracies have appeared to reach a crisis point. Cynicism towards political institutions is widespread, with results in the UK and the United States the most visible manifestation of this trend.


In contrast, the Chinese Communist Party has overseen the greatest advancement in human development history, and maintained social stability and cohesion at the same time. Is there something structurally wrong with liberal democracy, and does China have a better model for managing politics in the 21st century?


Guest: Professor Daniel Bell (Dean, School of Political Science and Public Administration, Shandong University)


Follow La Trobe Asia on Twitter: @latrobeasia

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