Tania Branigan reports for the Guardian, from Beijing: In recent years, it has concentrated on targeting the best and brightest. The party has largely transformed itself “from a mass organisation designed for mass...
by Xiao Qiang | Mar 21, 2009
From the Foreign Affairs: Until recently, most leading China watchers thought the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) had become remarkably resilient. Through learning and adaptation, it seemed, the world’s largest and most...
by Xiao Qiang | Oct 17, 2008
The following editorial is published on the Asia Times Online: In an apparent move to defuse a decades-old ideological debate, China’s Vice President Xi Jingping, who is widely tipped to succeed President Hu Jintao, has...
by Michael Zhao | May 10, 2006
From the EastSouthWestNorth blog (link), a translation of an essay by Chinese exile Wan Runnan: Why the Communist Party of China is not yet doomed yet, Wan Runnan argues, softness of Chinese scholars who have been only making suggestions to the Party, tolerance of foreign governments and businesses, and lack of quality of the Chinese […]
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