Yu Keping, Deputy Director, CPCCC Compilation and Translation Bureau
Jul 22, 2013
Deepening political reform and promoting democracy and rule of law in real earnest is precisely what China needs right now if we want our country to enjoy lasting social stability and our people to reap the benefit of democracy, writes Yu Keping.
Daniel Bell, Chair Professor, Schwarzman Scholars program, Tsinghua University
Jan 23, 2013
In an analysis of China’s political system, Daniel Bell deconstructs competing arguments and suggests that reform should be inspired by democracy at the bottom, meritocracy at the top, with room for experimentation in between.
Gao Xinmin, Professor, CPC Party School
Oct 25, 2012
As the 18th Congress of the Communist Party of China draws near, China’s democratic process will once again draw significant attention. Gao Xinmin argues that inner-Party democracy has become a key feature exemplifying both the development of the Communist Party of China and the advancement of democratic politics in China as a whole.
Edward Djerejian, Former US Ambassador to Syria and Iran
Aug 09, 2012
Speaker: Ambassador Edward Djerejian, former United States Ambassador to Syria and Iran and Assistant Secretary of State for Near Eastern Affairs Date: July 2
David Shambaugh, Gaston Sigur Professor of Asian Studies and Director of the China Policy Program, George Washington University
Aug 03, 2012
As the U.S. presidential election swings into its final three months, the Republican challenger Mitt Romney is beginning to define his foreign policy beliefs. U
Tao Wenzhao, Honorary Member of the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences; Fellow, CASS Institute of American Studies
Jul 31, 2012
China and US should hold dialogues to build mutual trust on human rights issues, democracy and the rule of law China and the United States have wrapped up their
Hu Angang, Director, Tsinghua National Research Center
Jul 16, 2012
Adopted in most countries across the world, the presidential system has long been hailed as a democratic system for modern countries. Elected directly or indire
Daniel Chung, CEO, Fred Alger Management
Jun 05, 2012
On Saturday night, I returned home from a business trip in China, on a flight made extraordinary by the presence of another traveler, who was leaving his countr
Steven Hill, Senior Fellow, FairVote
May 25, 2012
This past year has been the worst of times and the best of times for China's political development. Less than a year before China's decennial transfer o
Anand Giridharadas, Column Writer, New York Times
May 16, 2012
Many in the West take a simplistic view of the current challenges China faces and fail to appreciate that China is indeed opening up and becoming freer, at its own pace. The West would do well to remember the challenges and lack of freedoms their own countries faced while they progressed through their history.