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Documents from reformist icon Zhao Ziyang give rare insight into China at crossroads


BEIJING A collection of documents from Zhao Ziyang, who was China's reformist Communist Party chief until he was toppled in 1989 for opposing the Tiananmen crackdown, has been smuggled out of the country and will be published in Hong Kong this month, ... First, 1 month ago
AFP - HongKong-China-politics-book-Zhao Namibia Press Agency, 1 month ago
Zhao Ziyang documents published in HK Taipei Times Online, 1 month ago

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CHINA TIANANMEN - Salen a la luz documentos secretos del principal líder purgado en Tiananmen

Un libro con correspondencia confidencial y otros documentos inéditos del fallecido líder comunista chino Zhao Ziyang, purgado en 1989 por mostrar su apoyo a los estudiantes de Tiananmen, se ha publicado hoy en Hong Kong, informa el diario local ...
 EFE1 month ago
Epoch Times

Capitalism With Chinese Characteristics: Why the Communist Party Has Abandoned Marxism in Deeds But Not In Words

This is the final of a four part series. Parts one , two , and three were published previously. Since Marx created his communist theory, China's has become the first capitalist economic system under communist party rule. The Chinese Communist ...
 Epoch Times1 week ago

Amid Crackdown, China's Last Liberal Magazine Fights For Survival

Just days after editors ended publication of China's leading liberal history journal last month, a new edition of the magazine is out again. But the original publishers are calling this a pirate edition — and theyre preparing to fight it incourt. ...
 Oregon Public Broadcasting1 week ago
Epoch Times

Capitalism With Chinese Characteristics: State Enterprise Reform Through Massive Theft

The privatization process of China's state-owned enterprises (SOE) has been a process of building a capitalist economic system. Different methods of privatization lead to different forms of capitalism. At the end of 1997, Zhu Rongji launched SOE ...
 Epoch Times2 weeks ago

Xi Jinping Moves to Weaken Communist Youth League

News analysis Xi Jinping, the leader of the Chinese Communist Party, has announced a series of measures to clip the wings of a key Party fixture: the Communist Youth League. On Aug. 2, state mouthpiece Xinhua announced that the Youth League ...
 Epoch Times2 weeks ago
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Alvin Toffler: Future Shock author dies aged 87

Alvin Toffler, the US author and visionary known for several world best-sellers, including Future Shock and The Third Wave, has died aged 87. He died late on Monday at his home in Los Angeles, the consultancy firm he founded, Toffler Associates, ...
 ABC Online3 weeks ago Future Shock author dies  Machinery Market1 month ago The Muddled Legacy of Alvin Toffler  Slate Magazine1 month ago Alvin Toffler: the man who saw the future  Money Week1 month ago

Liberal magazine girds for battle against Beijing

The cluttered offices of a history magazine in Beijing have become an unusually public battlefield in China's ideological wars. For 25 years, the monthly magazine Yanhuang Chunqiu (炎黃春秋) has survived the ire of censors, protected by ...
 Taipei Times Online3 weeks ago Chinese magazine harassed by censors prepares for battle  Today Online3 weeks ago

A Beijing insider turned exile, and the secrets he never shared

Xu Jiatun (許家屯 ), a former senior Chinese Communist Party (CCP) official, took many secrets to his grave, people who knew him say. Since his death in June after 26 years of exile in the US, new details have emerged of Xu's daring escape from ...
 Taipei Times Online3 weeks ago

Red State China? Why China (Sort Of) Likes Trump Analysis

By Jacques deLisle* ( FPRI ) — If China had a vote in the US presidential election, would it cast its ballot for Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump? The question is both provocative and not reliably answerable, and it has become more resonant amid ...
 Eurasia Review3 weeks ago
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