Democracy and the Rule of Law in China

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Keping Yu
BRILL, 2010 - 299 頁
"Democracy and the Rule of Law in China" is intended to make available to English-language readers debates among prominent Chinese intellectuals and academics over issues of political, constitutional, and legal reform; modes of governance in urban and rural China; and culture and cultural policy. China s unprecedented economic development following the implementation of the Reform and Opening policy has drawn widespread international attention; yet accompanying political developments have been largely overlooked. A compilation of the works of twelve contemporary Chinese scholars, this book offers unique insights into the wealth of viewpoints and diversity of issues influencing and defining the development of democracy and the rule of law in China. Based on theoretical and practical analyses of China s political development to date, the authors propose specific models for the expansion of democratic mechanisms already present in the current political structure. Exploring topics ranging from autonomous village governance and grassroots elections to constitutional reform and judicial independence, the authors are unified on one point: China s political development must pursue a gradual, distinctly-Chinese course in order to promote social stability, continued economic advancement, and the establishment of a socialist democratic society.
 

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An Analysis of the Basic Theoretical Problems Concerning
35
The Chinese Model and Course of Political
49
A Survey of Civic Character and Electoral Reform
79
Exploiting
97
Democratization of the National Peoples Congress as
123
Strengthening
139
A Survey of Chinas Legislative Work to Establish Village
163
Constitutionalism and China
197
Several Fundamental Theoretical Issues Regarding Chinas
231
Judicial Independence and Constitutional Reform
253
China and the Rule of Law in the Global Era
275
Index
293
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Yu Keping, Ph.D. (1988) in Political Science, Peking University, is Professor & Director of the China Center for Comparative Politics and Economics. He has published extensively on political philosophy and China's political reform. His major works include "The Institutional Environment of Civil Society in China " (2006).

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