Discourse Power | November 3, 2022
Tenacious development, being tolerant, myth busters, and it's the end of the world as we know it
“It should be noted that as information technology has continued to advance, so has the dissemination of disinformation 虚假信息. In particular, the US and the West currently wield control over a sizable portion of the international discourse power, which is neither impartial nor fair 客观公正. They have been exploiting their monopoly to uphold their hegemony and even manipulate the media by disseminating large quantities of disinformation.
“Whither the seas doth flow, surely the Chinese doth follow”
Playing in the Background
Baba Yetu, Swahili for “Our Father”, was the first videogame soundtrack to win a Grammy award. It was composed for Sid Meyer's Civilization IV by Christopher Tin, who also conducts the orchestra in the video below:
Discourse Power is written by Tuvia Gering, a researcher at the Israel-China Policy Center at the Institute for National Security Studies (INSS), a non-resident fellow at the Atlantic Council’s Global China Hub, and a Tikvah’s Krauthammer Fellow, specializing in Chinese security and foreign policy, and emergency and disaster management. Any views expressed in this newsletter, as well as any errors, are solely those of the author. Follow Tuvia on Twitter @GeringTuvia