Book cover of China After Mao: The Rise of a Superpower by Frank Dikotterby Frank Dikötter

“A blow-by-blow account … An important corrective to the conventional view of China’s rise.”–Financial Times

From internationally renowned historian Frank Dikötter, winner of the Samuel Johnson Prize, a myth­-shattering history of China from the death of Chairman Mao to Xi Jinping.

Through decades of direct experience of the People’s Republic combined with extraordinary access to hundreds of hitherto unseen documents in communist party archives, the author of The People’s Trilogy offers a riveting account of China’s rise from the disaster of the Cultural Revolution.

Interview with the Author

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Frank Dikötter on China After Mao
6/28/23              54 min

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The Rise of China
12/5/22           34 min

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319 | Frank Dikötter: Shattering the Myths of China After Mao
12/5/22             72 min

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Frank Dikötter on the History of China After Mao
10/11/22             41 min

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Episode 93: Frank Dikötter on China’s Uneven Rise
2/13/23           29 min

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