Democratic Centralism: The Core Mechanism in China’s Political System
In recent years, numerous scholars and people of insight in China and abroad have sought to identify the political institutions that have been responsible for China’s economic success.
Overcoming Difficulties in the Study of Democracy
In October 2012, I had the chance to attend the Second China-Africa Think-Tanks Forum in Africa. After the conference, I travelled to the United States to observe the presidential election there.
Wider Opening Up for Stronger Chinese Industry
The expansion of opening up represents an important driving force in China’s efforts to raise the quality and efficiency of its industrial development.
Upgrading China’s Economy
In order to realize the upgrading of China’s economy, we must address the constraints that are hindering economic development in a new phase, promote technological innovation through institutional innovation, and draw on the power of innovation to promote China’s economic restructuring and the fundamental transformation of its growth model. Doing so will allow us to realize the balanced and sustainable development of China’s economy.
China’s Progress in Coping with Major Natural Disasters
China is one of the most severely affected countries by natural disasters in the world. These disasters come in numerous forms, occur on a frequent basis, and affect a wide range of areas, being responsible for significant losses of life and property.
A New Chapter in China-Russia Strategic Partnership
President Xi Jinping’s choice of Russia for his first foreign visit as president demonstrated the significance that the leaders of both countries attach to Sino-Russian relations, coming as a sign that relations between China and Russia have reached a historic high.
The Cornerstones of China-Africa Friendship
From March 24 to 30, 2013, Chinese President Xi Jinping conducted his first visit to Africa after taking office. This was a maiden diplomatic journey to strengthen traditional friendship and deepen overall cooperation between China and Africa.
Mutual Benefit: The Essence of China-U.S. Economic Cooperation
Mutual benefit is the essence of economic cooperation between China and the United States of America.
A Handshake Across the Himalayas
From May 19 to 22, 2013, Chinese Premier Li Keqiang conducted an official visit to India, achieving what can be called a handshake with Indian leaders across the Himalayas.
The Dangerous Tendencies of Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s Cabinet
Since becoming Japan’s Prime Minister for a second time, Shinzo Abe has demonstrated a series of dangerous tendencies in politics and foreign policy that have come as a departure from the somewhat pragmatic approach that he displayed during his first term.