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ASK Zhang Weiwei
Professor Zhang Weiwei is a leading expert on China’s political system, a bestselling author on the rise of China and the “China Model”. He currently directs the China Institute at Fudan University, one of China’s top think tanks and research institutions.
Professor Zhang is a close advisor to China’s top leadership. He recently spoke at a collective study session for members of the Politburo in May 2021. Zhang is also the main speaker of China’s nationally top rated current affairs commentary show “China Now 这就是中国“ . There are over 8 million followers to his social media presence globally. He is widely cited in the media for his prediction of Arab Winter, a term first coined during his debate with American political scientist Francis Fukuyama in 2011.

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China’s top policy and public opinion influencers are here to answer YOUR question personally! Each month, one leading guest speaker is invited to debate on China and the world with audience of The China Academy.
You are invited to vote on the question you wish to have answered OR leave comments of your own. The speaker will respond to the top ranked question, as well as feedback to some of the comments from you. We will post the exclusive response on our website shortly after the voting closes.
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Your theory of the Civilizational State has been adopted by countries such as India and Russia to explain their own existence. Do you find their application of your theory accurate?
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In your famous debate with political scientist Francis Fukuyama, you have vehemently denied Fukuyama's proposal of liberalism as the "end of history" in terms of a desirable political system. With China setting its goal of reaching common prosperity, i.e. general economic equality and social justice, in 2050, do you consider socialism the true definition of the "end of history"?
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How does China want the Russia-Ukraine war to end?
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Under what circumstances would mainland China give up Taiwan?
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    With China setting its goal of reaching common prosperity, i.e. general economic equality and
    social justice, in 2050, do you consider socialism the true definition of the “end of history”?

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    Under what circumstances would mainland China give up Taiwan?

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