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Zhou Xin, Nectar Gan and Catherine Wong — Xi Jinping: China to stick to Communist rule and its own path to cope with ‘unimaginable’ perils

Warning to the US and UK (Anglo-American Empire) and their European vassals in NATO that there will not be regime change in China resulting from ongoing liberalization? China is committed to going its own way, which is unique to its history and conditions, so get used to it. “The practices of reform and opening up in the past 40 years have shown us that the Chinese Communist Party leadership is the fundamental character of socialism with Chinese characteristics … east, west, south, north,...

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Reuters — Alibaba’s Jack Ma is a Communist Party member, China state paper reveals

Jack Ma, the head of e-commerce giant Alibaba Group Holding Ltd (BABA.N) and China’s best-known capitalist, is a Communist Party member, the official Party newspaper said on Monday, debunking a public assumption the billionaire was politically unattached. Cue sound of heads exploding.ReutersAlibaba's Jack Ma is a Communist Party member, China state paper reveals

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Andrew Batson — What is changing about the rule of the Chinese Communist Party?

Good backgrounder. Relatively short. From another vantage, Xi Jinping is also reformulating Chinese Communist thought. This is the underlying meaning of Xi Jinping Thought. Xi is emphasizing the continuous history of China as the "Middle Kingdom" operating "under Heaven." The CCP now holds the mantle and will only do so and can only do so as long as it possesses the "mandate of Heaven." Debunking the "China-watchers."Xi Jinping is moving away from the European roots of Communism in...

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Zheping Huang — Xi Jinping says China’s authoritarian system can be a model for the world

The Chinese Communist Party (CCP) has always said the country will never copy the political systems of other countries, in particular the Western notion of democracy. But under Xi—the most powerful Chinese leader in four decades—China’s own one-party system is one that is ready to be exported to regimes everywhere. Throwing down the gauntlet at the feet of the international liberal order. When asked whether China is deviating from its self-avowed policy of noninterference in other...

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Andrew Sheng and Xiao Geng — The Next Battle in China’s War on Corruption

Good post. Cites David Graeber. This indicates that some Chinese are reading Western alternative viewpoints, learning from them, and integrating them with specifically Chinese conditions. But it is also about corruption in general and is not limited to China.Project SyndicateThe Next Battle in China’s War on Corruption Andrew Sheng, Distinguished Fellow of the Asia Global Institute at the University of Hong Kong, member of the UNEP Advisory Council on Sustainable Finance,  former chairman...

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Zero Hedge — Corruption In China Risks A Soviet-Style Collapse – Party’s Graft Buster

The Chinese elite has recognized and acknowledged that the CCP has a corruption problem. Western elites, not so much. There is another interesting point made in the article. During the 19th Party Congress last month, Yang was asked about the anti-corruption drive and how to achieve a balance between human rights and party discipline. Yang replied that, having worked in the Tibet Autonomous Region for many years, human rights was an “interesting question”. He recounted a conversation...

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Adam Garrie — Xi Jinping’s 3.5 hour speech before the 19th CPC National Congress is actually a succinct introduction to China’s road-map for the future

Overall, the prognosis for Xi Jinping and his successors being able to deliver on the monumental promises made in today’s speech, seem surprisingly doable. China has shown the world that it can make the difficult happen with speeds that shock many sceptics and with an exactitude that confounds students or previous rising economic giants. In this sense, it is not at all beyond the scope of reality that a 3.5 hour speech, may shape the next 100 years of Chinese and world history. Marx and...

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Sebastian Heilmann — Big Data reshapes China’s approach to governance

Absolutely must-read! Economic planning and societal control: The digital transformation is changing the rules of the game in the global systemic competition. China's determined pursuit of a "digital Leninism" presents a major challenge to liberal market economies and democratic political systems. MERICS — Mercator Institute for China Studies Big Data reshapes China's approach to governance Sebastian Heilmann ht Ryan in the comments Sebastian Heilmann is the founding president of the...

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