Chen Yixin, a high-ranking official at the Central Political and Legal Affairs Commission and a possible candidate to take the top spot at the commission at the 20th Party Congress, penned a long, and often hagiographic, analysis of Xi Jinping in a July edition of Study Times, a daily newspaper run by the Central Party School.
These formal guidelines, issued in 2014 by the CCP General Office, outline the process organizations must follow when cultivating new applicants to the CCP, as well as the formal steps applicants must go through on their path to full Party membership.
This publication by the Cyberspace Administration of China explains the legal principles behind the recently published, first of its kind, algorithm regulations.
The Department of Innovation and High-Tech Development of the National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC) offers several “recommendations” for building legal and regulatory architecture around the use, transmission, and protection of data. The document is an important window into how Beijing is thinking about data governance.
A legal scholar from Renmin University analyses the legal aspects of algorithm regulations, effective March 2022, and points out existing issues on technology platforms which the regulations seek to address.
This article from the Vice President of the School of International Relations and Public Policy at Fudan University explores the shifting politics and values of China’s middle class, as well as its impact on overall society.
The president of the Chinese Academy of Fiscal Sciences argues that the legacy of the “planned society” continues to hinder meaningful reform.
This People’s Daily commentary by Politburo Standing Committee member Zhao Leji discusses the theme of “self-revolution” in the Party and its connection to China’s development.
Known as “Document No. 1,” the first official policy document issued in the new year traditionally focuses on rural issues. This year, the document stresses food security and rural development.
Official read-out from the February convening of the CCP Central Committee Political Bureau (“Politburo”), as well as accompanying analysis by Neican’s Adam Ni.