The president of the Chinese Academy of Fiscal Sciences argues that the legacy of the “planned society” continues to hinder meaningful reform.
This article, written by the new Party Secretary of the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region, highlights the centrality of the Party’s view of “national security” in its efforts to govern its borderlands.
The top administrative offices for the Party and state jointly issued this official Opinion with guiding principles and implementation tasks for preventing illegal activity, especially corruption.
This “Opinion” highlights past guidance, establishes overarching goals, and elaborates on top level “suggestions” for how lower-level party and state organizations should implement party-state policies to strengthen their management and leadership at the municipal, county, township, and village levels.
A summary of the speech by the secretary of the Central Committee’s Political and Legal Commission at its January 2015 work conference on studying and implementing recent top level CCP guidance and thinking.
This county-level notice offers insights into how localities conceptualize various types of national security risks.
Authoritative summary of Xi Jinping’s speech by official state media and republished online by the Party’s leading theoretical journal, offering an optimistic appraisal of China’s overall situation while urging provincial and ministerial-level leaders to continue economic and social development work cautiously in the face of increasing global instabilities and risk.
The article summarizes Xi’s speech at the Central Political and Legal Work Conference which outlines CCP thinking on the modernization of social governance and political and legal organizations to ensure the social stability required for continued economic development.