Politics and Government in China
ABC-CLIO, 2011年7月22日 - 160 頁
This concise, thought-provoking analysis explores the political changes and economic development emblematic of a rapidly rising China.
Politics and Government in China is an introduction to Chinese government and politics. The book provides analysis of China's political history; its key leaders and leadership transitions; and its political party, state institutions, and party policies. Moving beyond a strict definition of politics, the book also explores the nation's economic development, social policy, law and order, and foreign relations.
Throughout these analyses, the book's primary focus is on modern China, a nation poised to become an economic superpower. It thus explores themes such as China's transition from a traditional society to a modern society, from a less developed to a rapidly growing economy, from a revolutionary regime to a modernizing state, and from the rule of man to the rule of law. Although the transitions are incomplete and the future still uncertain, this book will help readers understand China as it is—and as it may become.
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... from a planned economy to a market economy; from a rural society to an urban society; from the rule of person (renzhi) to an emerging rule of law; from an isolated country to a country with extensive ties to the outside world; ...
If China wishes to continue its high growth rate on a sustainable basis, it must make the transition to democracy and the rule of law. Authoritarian politics might be useful in the initial stage of modernization, when the country needs ...
RULE BY VIRTUE OR RULE BY LAW Confucianism emphasizes the rule of virtue (de), while modern society requires the rule of law. Without an effective system of checks and balances, the rule of virtue is not reliable.
different from the rule of law. In rule by law, law is considered an instrument for the rulers. In the rule of law, everyone, including the top officials, should be equal before the law. Law has the highest authority.
Corruption is rampant because the rule of law is weak. Legitimacy is weak because of widespread corruption. Combating corruption requires a strong system based on the rule of law. Many Chinese reformers have recognized the pivotal role ...
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Historical Overview From Revolutions to Reforms
Chinas Leaders and Leadership Transition
The CCP as a Governing Party
State Institutions and Policy Making
Economic Development and Social Policy
Law and Order
Chinas Place in a Changing World
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