This book gives an overview of key themes domestically and internationally from the 19th Communist Party Congress held in Beijing in October 2017, setting out the main policy priorities for the Xi government in China as the country moves towards fulfillment of the first Centenary Goal, the hundredth anniversary of the Communist Party of China in 2021.
Written as the first full length analysis by an international group of authors of different aspects of the Congress, making it perfect for graduate students and researchers, as well as individuals interested in China Studies.
Contents: About the EditorList of ContributorsAcknowledgementsAbbreviationsContexts: The Xi Jinping Consolidation at the 19th Party Congress (Kerry Brown)The Belt and Road Initiative Before and Beyond the 19th Party Congress (Igor Rogelja)Sharpening 'Swords' and Strengthening 'Cages': Anticorruption Under Xi (Konstantinos Tsimonis)China's Evolving Relationship with the United States: The Impact of the 19th Party Congress and Xi's Second Term in Power (Meghan Iverson)From Initiatives to a 'New Era'? China's Economic Policies at the Time of the 19th Party Congress (Jan Knoerich and Qing Xu)China and the Challenges of its Environment (Isabel Hilton and Benjamin Barratt)Land Institution Reform Under Xi: Policy Changes and Implications (Xin Sun and Yifan Cheng)Chinese Wisdom: New Norms for Development and Global Governance (Yang Jiang)The China–Taiwan Relationship Before and After 19th Congress (Chun-Yi Lee)Index
Readership: Graduate students, researchers and individuals interested in China Studies.
Key Features:A multi-disciplinary approach, and by an international set of authors based in China, Europe, and the USAccessible, clearly written and presented, and directed at policy makers in government and business and all those seeking to understand more about contemporary ChinaContains fresh research on China's economy, the Belt and Road Initiative, China's land reform and the Taiwan issue