Twenty-five years ago, student-led protests on Tiananmen Square came close to toppling the Chinese Communist Party, leading to a violent crackdown and martial law. Given the CCP's enduring hold on power, and China's economic and geopolitical rise in the ensuing years, what significance – if any – does the 1989 pro-democracy movement have today?

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