The Necessity of Sharing: How the Western establishment could save liberal democracy (and itself)

After visiting China, the impression arises that they are awaiting something. After speaking up about the advantages of liberal democracy, they politely listen to you and smile. From the conversations, you realise that they do not take our liberal democracy all that seriously. We, the Chinese, have had our own state for five thousand years and you are trying to teach us, they say. They also emphasise that liberal democracy is only a brief moment in history, which will quickly fade away, while China will remain as it was, Ruslanas Iržikevičius writes in Visegrad / Insight. […]