IN-DEPTH: Can the CCP and democracy co-exist? It's complicated. W/Roger Huang
We're back!! After the Christmas holidays, it's time to bring you the final episodes in our series on the decline of democracy.
Today, we take a closer look at the Chinese Communist Party. Under Xi Jingping, China has sought to undermine democratic nations and to export its authoritarian form of government to other countries.
What does this mean for the future of liberal democracy around the world?
Our guest is Dr Roger Huang, a lecturer in terrorism studies and political violence at Macquarie University. We discuss:
The relationship between Chinese culture and democracy;
What the crackdown in Hong Kong can tell us about the CCP; and
Whether tensions between the US and China could trigger a new Cold War.
To get in contact with Roger or read more of his work, check out his academic profile.
CREDITS: This episode is produced by the Young Diplomats Society on the lands of the Wurundjeri/Gadigal people. We pay our respects to the traditional custodians of the lands upon which we operate and live.