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Warren W. Smith

Warren W. Smith

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Warren W. Smith, a broadcaster with the Tibetan Service of Radio Free Asia, is the author of Tibetan Nation: A History of Tibetan Nationalism and Sino-Tibetan Relations and co-author of the 1997 International Commission of Jurists report Tibet: Human Rights and the Rule of Law.

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    The Everlasting Mao

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    Having once observed that "a single spark can start a prairie fire," Mao Zedong might be less surprised by how far his ideology has spread than by its many forms. From the structure of Hong Kong's democracy movement to the opportunistic rhetoric of the Chinese central leadership, one can find glimpses of Maoism just about everywhere.

    reviews recent books on Maoism, many versions of which continue to underpin Chinese politics to this day.
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    Big Tech Reckoning

    Policymakers on both sides of the Atlantic are increasingly unwilling to leave the governance of technology in the hands of those who design it. But will they succeed in taming Big Tech and developing global rules for the digital economy, or will dominant platforms and national interests prevail?

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