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
Melanie Hart, Director, Center for American Progress
Nov 16, 2012
To keep the country growing and provide the lifestyle benefits their citizens are asking for, China’s new leaders must shift the economy toward a new growth model and also get serious about cracking down on pollution.
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.
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.