Tom Watkins, Advisor, Michigan-China Innovation Center
Jan 14, 2013
As America’s anxiety about China grows; Tom Watkins looks forward to a “harmonious” relationship.
Jiang Haishan, VP, China Executive Leadership Academy Pudong
Dec 21, 2012
In an exclusive interview, Prof. Jiang Haishan explains the structure of the 18th Party Congress and the procedure of the election process. He also touches upon the challenges facing the new leadership under Xi Jinping.
Li Junru, VP, CPC Party School
Dec 20, 2012
Following the 18th National Congress of the Communist Party of China, a new guiding ideology has been adopted to ensure China continues its peaceful development while driving the world economy.
Dan Steinbock, Founder, Difference Group
Dec 11, 2012
After the 18th Party Congress, China is moving toward reforms that are tailored differently in different parts of the nation.
Yanzhong Huang, Senior Fellow, Council on Foreign Relations
Dec 07, 2012
In a blog piece I posted in August 2012 on the trial of Bo Xilai’s wife Gu Kailai, I noted that “there is something seriously wrong with the Party but chan
Huang Ping, Director of Institute of American Studies, CASS
Dec 01, 2012
In this interview, Dr. Huang Ping shares his opinion on the implications and significance of the leadership transition in China and in the United States.
Qin Xiaoying, Research Scholar, China Foundation For Int'l and Strategic Studies
Nov 30, 2012
The Communist Party of China has established a new set of leaders to rule the nation for the next decade. Now, more than any other time in history, China’s leadership will be shaped by the unique experiences faced by the seven new members of the Politburo Standing Committee during the Cultural Revolution.
Hong Kai, Senior Political Commentator in Beijing
Nov 27, 2012
For its ostensible lack of surprise, the 18th National Congress of the Communist Party of China may disappoint those waiting for hints of dramatic changes when
Daniel Bell, Chair Professor, Schwarzman Scholars program, Tsinghua University
Nov 14, 2012
Perhaps the most significant improvement within the Chinese Communist Party over the last three of decades has been more emphasis on the selection and promotion of officials with above average intellectual ability, especially at the higher levels of government.
Kenneth Lieberthal, Senior Fellow, Brookings Institution
Nov 09, 2012
With both China and the United States undergoing important leadership transitions, Kenneth Lieberthal examines why China’s new president, Xi Jinping, has a much tougher job than Barack Obama.