Tag Archives: China

Life on a leash

Not a tale of child abuse, but William Hong’s dispatch is still one of the most poignant stories I’ve come across in quite some time: “Every morning, as soon as Xie Juntu wakes up, he ties his grandson to a … Continue reading

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The End of History revisited

In my experience, the people who denounce Francis Fukuyama the loudest are the ones who haven’t actually read his book. Twenty-five years on from the publication of the original essay, he believes his thesis is in pretty good shape: In … Continue reading

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