What The Shanghai Lockdown Tells Us About China’s Future

China’s full-scale lockdown of Shanghai, the country’s largest urban economy, will have far-reaching economic and social costs. More than just a public-health measure, the move should be interpreted as a reassertion of centralized control and a partial reversal of the devolution of power that took root after 1978. Read More Here

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