Jeffrey Wasserstrom, who in February warned that Xi Jinping should not seen in binary, reformist-versus-conservative terms, argues at TIME World that other Chinese leaders have also disappointed those hoping for political...
by Mengyu Dong | Jul 9, 2012
As China’s leadership transition approaches, the public battle of political ideals is becoming more acute. Despite their sharply divided positions, those on the left and the right share one thing: most of the vocal theorists...
by Scott Greene | Oct 8, 2011
Mark Mackinnon of The Globe and Mail ponders the political differences of two provincial Communist Party chiefs, Chongqing’s Bo Xilai and Guangdong’s Wang Yang, and the implications of their growing competition to...
by Samuel Wade | May 31, 2011
The Sydney Morning Herald’s John Garnaut reports on the recent hacking of nationalist Chinese website Utopia: The flagship website of China’s resurgent New Left movement was brought down by hackers yesterday,...
by Sophie Beach | May 23, 2011
The Sydney Morning Herald’s John Garnaut reports that many of the “princeling” sons of China’s party elders are unhappy with the direction China is going and are trying to gain power and influence to push...
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