No, seriously. You won't find either phrase in that paean to The Modern Inner Kingdom.
Since he's a
Marxist, such things are of course "inexorable" per the pseudoscience of
the prescriptive side of Marxism. And, yes, it's pseudoscience, and not (just) as pejorative, but as properly defined. AFAIK, Wolff does not claim to be a neo-Marxist/Marxian, and certainly doesn't claim to be an Open Marxist, so the following is relevant to his inexorability. (Sidebar: Beyond the feuds between Trots and Tankies, or Stalin and Mao, how far does one get to stray from orthodox Uncle Karl and still include "Marx" somewhere in a self-description?)
I've written in much more depth about this before.
I had more, about deromanticizing Communism, on the 100th anniversary of the November Revolution.
And, before I forgot, I'll note that Wolff either can't be bothered, or forgot, to mention things like "Xinjiang" and "Uyghurs" as well.