‘No Enemies, No Hatred’ – just moral authority

National Endowment for Democracy LogoDemocracy Digest from the National Endowment for Democracy (NED): A new collection of Liu Xiaobo’s writings demonstrates that the Chinese dissident has much in common with Vaclav Havel, writes Ellen Bork, “chiefly a faith in individuals and the impact they can have on a totalitarian system”: The title “No Enemies, No Hatred” is taken from the June 2, 1989, announcement by Mr. Liu and a few comrades of a hunger strike at Tiananmen Square

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‘No Enemies, No Hatred’ – just moral authority

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