Tag Archives: Deng Xiaoping

China’s Term-Limit Rollback

Post-Mao term limits became important when China’s presidency took on the country’s lead role, but Xi Jinping is ending them.

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China: A Leadership Crisis in the Making?

China needs a new moral compass

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China: Radical Transformations – From Middle Kingdom to Global Sea Power

China from Mencius to Mahan – through Marx, Mao and Market Leninism.

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Why Some Nations Grow Fast (and Others Don’t)

What are the historical origins and future prospects of the Chinese business model?

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China and the End of the Magic of Extrapolation

How can China avoid a hard landing in the next few years?

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China and the End of the End of History

Could the Western democratic system be only a transitory phenomenon in the long history of humankind?

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China’s Future: Does Governance Really Matter?

Just how important are improvements in domestic governance for China’s future development?

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Where Would China Be Without Nixon?

What would today’s global economic landscape look like had Nixon not gone to China in 1973?

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Twenty Years After the Demise of the Soviet Union: A Chinese Perspective (Part I)

How did the fall of the USSR give rise to a global order characterized by peace and economic development?

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When China Challenged America to Catch Mice

Has the United States ceded the art of pragmatism to the Chinese?

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