This report is from Democracy Digest:
Supposing that the world order can be placed somewhere in the spectrum between constitutionalized and authoritarian, China’s narrative power-play during the Covid outbreak might have moved the post-pandemic order closer to the authoritarian end, according to a new analysis. This position is not permanent, however, but subject to rectification and adjustment by any changes in the international systemic structure as well as behaviors by international actors. In short, the world today is too complex to settle into one single hegemonic order, Yung-Yung Chang writes in Post-Pandemic World: between Constitutionalized and Authoritarian Orders – China’s Narrative-Power Play, an article in the Journal of Chinese Political Science.
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