China After the Sixteenth Party Congress: Prospects and Challenges

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Te-Yu Wang
de Sitter, Jan 1, 2005 - History - 177 pages
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This book is a thorough examination of the recent leadership transition in China. In the aftermath of the Sixteenth Congress of the Chinese Communist Party, this volume focuses scholarly attention on the various "prospects and challenges" for China's new leaders in the areas of elite politics, political reform, democratization, the economy, the military, Sino-U.S. relations, and cross-Strait interactions. Addressing the major issues and personalities involved, the book offers several analyses, from various perspectives, of circumstances in post-congress China. Students and scholars in Asian studies, policy creation and development, political and social reform, and international relations will find the present volume engaging and enlightening.

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