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Liu Junning (simplified Chinese: 刘军宁; traditional Chinese: 劉軍寧; pinyin: Liú Jūnníng; born 1961) is a Chinese political scientist and one of the most prominent liberal voices inside Chinese academia. He was known for his studies on modern European classical liberalism as well as conservatism. He is currently a researcher of Institute of Chinese Culture, a subsidiary of China's Ministry of Culture.

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  • Liou Ťün-ning (zjednodušená čínština: 刘军宁; tradiční čínština: 劉軍寧; pchin-jin: Liú Jūnníng; * listopad 1961, An-chuej) je čínský politolog a jeden z nejvýznamnějších liberálních hlasů v čínské akademické sféře. Je znám svými studiemi o moderním evropském klasickém liberalismu i konzervatismu. V současné době je výzkumným pracovníkem Institutu čínské kultury, dceřiné instituci čínského ministerstva kultury. (cs)
  • Liu Junning (simplified Chinese: 刘军宁; traditional Chinese: 劉軍寧; pinyin: Liú Jūnníng; born 1961) is a Chinese political scientist and one of the most prominent liberal voices inside Chinese academia. He was known for his studies on modern European classical liberalism as well as conservatism. He is currently a researcher of Institute of Chinese Culture, a subsidiary of China's Ministry of Culture. Liu is an opponent of what are called Asian values, including the view that Asia should take a different route of political development outside of the tradition of liberal democracy, seen as a Western principle. Liu believes liberalism is not simply a Western value, but should be something universal. He is also an admirer of American philosopher Ayn Rand. He does not support direct democracy, and views Jean-Jacques Rousseau as its primary proponent. In 2001, Liu penned an article calling for reform in China and was expelled from Chinese Academy of Social Science and prohibited from travelling abroad. In 2009, the authority of Communist Party of China gave warnings to Liu along with two other intellectuals for their political advocacy contrary to the current regime and their signature on Charter 08. (en)
  • 刘军宁(1961年11月-),安徽舒城人,中华人民共和国政治学家,中国政治学者。 (zh)
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  • Liou Ťün-ning (zjednodušená čínština: 刘军宁; tradiční čínština: 劉軍寧; pchin-jin: Liú Jūnníng; * listopad 1961, An-chuej) je čínský politolog a jeden z nejvýznamnějších liberálních hlasů v čínské akademické sféře. Je znám svými studiemi o moderním evropském klasickém liberalismu i konzervatismu. V současné době je výzkumným pracovníkem Institutu čínské kultury, dceřiné instituci čínského ministerstva kultury. (cs)
  • 刘军宁(1961年11月-),安徽舒城人,中华人民共和国政治学家,中国政治学者。 (zh)
  • Liu Junning (simplified Chinese: 刘军宁; traditional Chinese: 劉軍寧; pinyin: Liú Jūnníng; born 1961) is a Chinese political scientist and one of the most prominent liberal voices inside Chinese academia. He was known for his studies on modern European classical liberalism as well as conservatism. He is currently a researcher of Institute of Chinese Culture, a subsidiary of China's Ministry of Culture. (en)
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