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Jonathan Fenby: Trapped under the Great Fall of China
Irish Independent

Jonathan Fenby: Trapped under the Great Fall of China

For 35 years, China has played a Marxist-Leninist-capitalist game. Following the model laid down by Deng Xiaoping when he launched partial economic reform at the end of the 70s, it has tried to use market forces to introduce reform, while retaining ... Irish Independent, 23 hours ago
We all win if Beijing bows to market forces Melbourne Age, 4 days ago
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Times of India

Narsimha Rao was India's Deng Xiaoping: Jairam

In his latest book, To the Brink and Back, Ramesh describes Rao as a "fox" who "was remarkably decisive" in a critical 90-day period in 1991.
 Times of India21 hours ago Ignored by Cong, Jairam says Narasimha Rao was a 'remarkably decisive fox'  Economic Times21 hours ago
Rediff.com

Mr PM, give us the freedom to achieve economic success

After many false starts, India may well be at the inflexion point that Deng Xiaoping took China to post-1978. The window of opportunity is wide open right now, says Rajeev Srinivasan. IMAGE: Prime Minister Narendra Modi with school children soon after his Independence Day address to the nation, August 15, 2015. Photograph: Press Information Bureau.   'But freedom?' the notes would sing... Parole is enough. TonightBelow the fire-crossed sky Of the Festival of Light. -- Vikram Seth, Diwali ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago

Roots reach back to 1978

The history of visiting scholars in China dates back to 1978, when then-Chinese leader Deng Xiaoping was determined to send large numbers of young students and scholars to study abroad in the hope that they could learn advanced science and ...
 CHINAdaily USA1 month ago

Leadership in China Confronts Tougher Tasks Than in Boom

Since Deng Xiaoping kicked off China's modernization drive in the late-1970s, Chinese officialdom has proudly overseen an unrivaled run of high-speed growth. The country's rapid rise elicited awe and admiration abroad -- and solidified the ...
 Bloomberg1 month ago China's Whack-a-Mole Economy Saps Beijing Technocrats Mystique  La Repubblica1 month ago

Across China: Kashgar's Silk Road ambitions -- from backwater to bridgehead

When Deng Xiaoping created China's first special economic zone (SEZ) in 1980, Ye Liwei's father was one of those who helped transform Shenzhen from a tiny fishing village to the ultra-modern megacity it is today. More than 30 years later, Ye is ...
 Individual.com4 weeks ago ¬∑Across China: Kashgar's Silk Road ambitions -- from backwater to bridgehead  Tianshannet3 weeks ago Kashgar's Silk Road ambitions -- from backwater to bridgehead  Global Times4 weeks ago XINHUA - Across China: Kashgar's Silk Road ambitions -- from backwater to bridgehead  Namibia Press Agency4 weeks ago

A bellicose China only for the foreseeable future

IZUMI, OSAKA PREF. With the evident abandonment of Deng Xiaoping's low-profile approach to international politics, China has increasingly reinforced its image as a regional hegemon in the making. Yet the image merely derives from the long-term ...
 Japan Times2 months ago
Times Higher Education Supplement

Deng Xiaoping: A Revolutionary Life, by Alexander V. Pantsov and Steven I. Levine

Almost two decades after Deng Xiaoping's death in 1997 at the age of 93, his enigmatic quality remains strong. He has been the subject of a number of weighty biographies in recent years, the most epic of which was US political scientist Ezra Vogel's ...
 Times Higher Education Supplement2 weeks ago Book Review: Deng Xiaoping: A Revolutionary Life by Alexander V Pantsov and Steven I Levine  Prospect2 months ago
Macau Daily Times

Feature | The Chinese model is nearing its end

Deng Xiaoping August in China has been anything but the quiet month of myth. Developments in the equity and foreign exchange markets and even the appalling industrial accident in Tianjin might seem mere bad luck when considered individually.
 Macau Daily Times6 days ago
RDM.co.za

Whitening of the black money, legally

Former Chinese strongman Deng Xiaoping has been widely quoted as having said that it does not matter if the cat is white or black as long as it catches the mice. In Bangladesh we really don't bother about black or white cat or even if it is able to ...
 Financial Express Bangladesh2 months ago Race and the reading of books  RDM.co.za2 weeks ago Why are white people superior to blacks?  RDM.co.za2 weeks ago
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