“Gli eventi tragici del 1989 hanno messo a nudo il disallineamento tra l’orizzonte politico tracciato dal partito e le istanze di vasti settori della società urbana cinese. Sebbene il partito non necessiti del consenso espresso dalla popolazione, il manifestarsi di crisi così acute mette sotto pressione il principio di legittimità del potere stesso.”
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Giovanni B. Andornino is the Vice President of the Torino World Affairs Institute and Head of its Global China Program. He is an Assistant Professor of International Relations of East Asia at the University of Torino and the Secretary General of the China-Italy Philanthropy Forum.
Collection of policy notes addressing the major issues driving international debate at the global level
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