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How China's leaders think : the inside story of China's past, current and future leaders.

Author: Robert Lawrence Kuhn
Publisher: Singapore : John Wiley & Sons (Asia), 2011.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : Rev. edView all editions and formats
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A fascinating look at China now and in the years to come, through the eyes of those at the helm As China continues its rapid ascent, attention is turning to its leaders, who they are, and how they  Read more...

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Robert Lawrence Kuhn
ISBN: 9781118085905 1118085906 9781118085905
OCLC Number: 794999019
Description: 539 Seiten : Illustrationen
Contents: About the Author vii Acknowledgments ix Overview: How China's Leaders Think xiii PART I GUIDING PRINCIPLES 1 1. Pride 3 2. Stability 14 3. Responsibility 19 4. Vision 27 PART II THINKING REFORM 35 5. Subjugation, Humiliation, Oppression 37 6. Reform's Epic Struggle 51 7. Tiananmen and Thereafter 66 8. What's a "Socialist Market Economy?" 73 9. How Communism Adopted Capital and Ownership 93 10. The Hidden Power of Jiang Zemin's "Three Represents" 105 11. The Driving Relevance of Hu Jintao's "Scientific Perspective on Development" 120 12. Snapshots of Economic Reform 131 13. The Countryside is Core 143 14. Rebalancing Imbalances 152 15. How Reform Permeates All Society 161 16. Here Come the Lawyers 172 17. Facing Up to Corruption 180 18. Values and the New Social Contract 187 PART III DOING REFORM 201 19. Provincial Pictures of Reform 203 20. Regional Dragonheads: Pudong (Shanghai) and Binhai (Tianjin) 216 21. What to Do with State-Owned Enterprises? 225 22. The Private Business Revolution 244 23. Banking Reform: The Largest Assets and Greatest Risks 253 24. Reforming Science & Technology with Sparks & Torches 266 25. Education: When Reform and Tradition Clash 276 26. Healthcare and Medical Reform: One Doctor's Story 281 27. Media and Publishing Reform: Hidden in Plain Sight 290 28. How Telecommunications and the Internet Changed China 308 29. Diversity of Culture; Question of Censorship 320 30. How China's Leaders Love Film 331 31. Why Religion Became Important 344 32. Foreign Policy Breaks Free 361 33. What does Military Reform Mean? 379 34. Telling China's Story to the World 391 PART IV REFORM'S FUTURE 405 35. China's Future Senior Leaders 407 36. China's New Kind of Leaders 426 37. China's Economic Future: How Far Can It Go? 447 38. Guangdong Visions 459 39. China's Political Future: Is Reform Real? 473 40. China Threat or China Model? 491 41. China Reflections and Visions 507 Index 521

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