Illustration: Craig Stephens
Chi Wang
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Chi Wang

Culture and race can’t be ignored in US-China rivalry – American official Kiron Skinner is right

  • A State Department official criticised for highlighting these factors in calling China an unprecedented threat to the US has, in fact, put her finger on the root of the problem – America doesn’t understand China, and its policy is the poorer for it

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Illustration: Craig Stephens
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From left, British prime minister David Lloyd George, Italian premier Vittorio Orlando, French premier Georges Clemenceau and US president Woodrow Wilson meet in May 1919 to discuss the newly formed League of Nations, to help resolve problems. Photo: Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division
Winston Mok
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The View by Winston Mok

100 years of Western hypocrisy: how the ghosts of 1919 still haunt China as it forges its own development path

  • The failure of the Paris Peace Conference not only led to another world war, it also taught China to be wary of the US-led global order. It triggered the May Fourth Movement and a brand of nationalism that is still potent today

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From left, British prime minister David Lloyd George, Italian premier Vittorio Orlando, French premier Georges Clemenceau and US president Woodrow Wilson meet in May 1919 to discuss the newly formed League of Nations, to help resolve problems. Photo: Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division
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