This is going to be good. "Should the West worry about the threat posed by China's rise to liberal ideology?" *Minxin Pei vs Kishore Mahbubani* Online debate, June 8-18, part of The Economist's Open Future initiative. Come to follow it, and join in
I'm moderating an online debate on the question: "Should the West worry about the threat posed by China's rise to liberal ideology?". Do join in:
Up for debate this week: Is China's rise a threat to Western, liberal values? What do you think? Join the discussion #OpenFuture
Opening statements have been posted in The Economist China debate: "Should the West worry about the threat posed by China's rise to liberal ideology?" And early voting is a bit more competitive than the elections for the 19th Party Congress.
Should the West worry about the threat to liberal values posed by China's rise? Join the debate #OpenFuture
This week we have an online debate on whether the West should worry about China's model of liberal economics and illiberal politics. What do you think? Join the discussion #OpenFuture
Looking forward to watching this debate today: "Should the West worry about the threat posed by China's rise to liberal ideology?" Minxin Pei vs Kishore Mahbubani moderated by via
Economist debate: "Should the West worry about the threat to liberal values posed by China's rise?" 61% voted yes. I'm with Kerry Brown's contribution: China acts in self-interest in its exportation of ideology
Kishore Mahbubani is a little too optimistic here: "...China has also created the world’s best economic locomotive. The West can hitch its wagon to it to escape the “toxic brew” that threatens their liberal democracies."