Hudson Institute will host a discussion on China’s increasingly illiberal propensities and how they are increasingly challenging the liberal values of the West. Panelists will include Hudson Institute’s Patrick Cronin, Harvard University’s Philippe Le Corre, the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace’s Evan Feigenbaum, and the Brookings Institution’s Tarun Chhabra. The conversation will be moderated by Hudson Senior Fellow Liselotte Odgaard.
China has been diligently working to redefine its global image as a model for many liberal institutions, despite evidence to the contrary. They claim to be a proponent of anticorruption, a champion of free trade, and dedicated to international development and humanitarian aid. At the same time, under the leadership of Xi Xinping, the country has sought to reverse many of the political, social, and economic developments that emerged from 30 years of liberal reform. How will China’s illiberal reversions influence the future world order and how can the West ensure the dominance of liberal values?
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