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A new wave of feminism is quietly sweeping through China amid the government’s recent crackdown on freedoms of assembly and expression. On this week’s episode of World Policy On Air, historian Maura Elizabeth Cunningham considers the likely outcomes of activists’ efforts to advance women’s rights in the face of a regime looking to subdue dissent.
Read Maura Elizabeth Cunningham’s piece “Good girls revolt: The future of feminism in China” in the winter Interrupted issue of World Policy Journal.
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