The China Review recently published a review by University of Wisconsin professor Edward Friedman of “China’s Peaceful Rise: Speeches of Zheng Bijian 1997-2005.” Thanks to The China Review for giving us permission to repost the review in full here (Download PDF file).
by Liu Yong | Sep 3, 2006
From New Perspectives Quarterly, via Blackwell Synergy: Zheng Bijian is a close associate and adviser to Chinese President Hu Jintao. When Hu was Director of The Central Party School, where many of the Communist Party’s ideas are shaped, just before China’s president, Zheng was vice director. Since Hu came to power, Zheng has headed the […]
CDT Bookshelf: Edward Friedman recommends “China’s Peaceful Rise: Speeches of Zheng Bijian 1997-2005”
by Sophie Beach | Aug 30, 2006
For the CDT Bookshelf, China Digital Times invites experts on China to recommend a book to CDT readers. This month, Edward Friedman, a professor in the Political Science department at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, recommends China’s Peaceful Rise: Speeches of Zheng Bijian 1997-2005 Brookings Institution Press, 2005. Friedman writes: This is a collection of talks […]
by Sophie Beach | Nov 8, 2005
On November 3, Zheng Bijian, Executive Vice-President of the Party School of the CPC Central Committee, gave a speech responding to U.S. Deputy Secretary of State Robert Zoellick’s remarks on September 21, 2005 titled...
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