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How China's Leaders Think The Inside Story of China's Past, Current and Future Leaders

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ISBN-10: 1118085906

ISBN-13: 9781118085905

Edition: 2011 (Revised)

Authors: Robert Lawrence Kuhn

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China will soon undergo a complete change of senior leaders, and How China#x19;s Leaders Think presents this new generation of leaders, their backgrounds and ideas, including exclusive conversations with Xi Jinping, who is likely to become China#x19;s next senior leader as general secretary of the Communist Party and president of the country. Thirty years of reform and opening up have transformed China from national destitution to an economic superpower involved with every major foreign affairs issue. This astonishing transformation, which generated growth rates that averaged almost 10 percent per year for three decades, has naturally engendered concomitant challenges and…    
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List price: $37.00
Copyright year: 2011
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons, Limited
Publication date: 6/7/2011
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 576
Size: 6.10" wide x 9.00" long x 1.30" tall
Weight: 1.804
Language: English

About the Author
Overview: How China's Leaders Think
Guiding Principles
Thinking Reform
Subjugation, Humiliation, Oppression
Reform's Epic Struggle
Tiananmen and Thereafter
What's a "Socialist Market Economy?"
How Communism Adopted Capital and Ownership
The Hidden Power of Jiang Zemin's "Three Represents"
The Driving Relevance of Hu Jintao's "Scientific Perspective on Development"
Snapshots of Economic Reform
The Countryside is Core
Rebalancing Imbalances
How Reform Permeates All Society
Here Come the Lawyers
Facing Up to Corruption
Values and the New Social Contract
Doing Reform
Provincial Pictures of Reform
Regional Dragonheads: Pudong (Shanghai) and Binhai (Tianjin)
What to Do with State-Owned Enterprises?
The Private Business Revolution
Banking Reform: The Largest Assets and Greatest Risks
Reforming Science & Technology with Sparks & Torches
Education: When Reform and Tradition Clash
Healthcare and Medical Reform: One Doctor's Story
Media and Publishing Reform: Hidden in Plain Sight
How Telecommunications and the Internet Changed China
Diversity of Culture; Question of Censorship
How China's Leaders Love Film
Why Religion Became Important
Foreign Policy Breaks Free
What does Military Reform Mean?
Telling China's Story to the World
Reform's Future
China's Future Senior Leaders
China's New Kind of Leaders
China's Economic Future: How Far Can It Go?
Guangdong Visions
China's Political Future: Is Reform Real?
China Threat or China Model?
China Reflections and Visions