The Dialectic Strikes Back
China, Capitalism, and the New Cold War

As Branko Milanović notes in his new book, capitalism convincingly triumphed over socialism at the end of the Cold War. That does not mean that struggles between the emerging variants of capitalism—liberal-meritocratic and political—will be any less fierce.

Published on: November 18, 2019
Nils Gilman is vice president of programs at the Berggruen Institute and a contributing editor for The American Interest.
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