Tnrtv: What's Really Changed Since Tiananmen?

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THE PLANK JUNE 4, 2009

Tnrtv: What's Really Changed Since Tiananmen?

In part two of a TNRtv series on China, James Mann, author-in-residence at the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies and author of The China Fantasy, reflects on the 20th anniversary of the Tiananmen Square Massacre, arguing that over the past two decades, authoritarianism in China has only grown stronger.

--Ben Eisler

If you missed part one, catch up here. Also, check out the latest on TNRtv:

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