In Political Regime of Contemporary China, Hongwei Zhao presents a theoretical frame of the multi-layered centralized regime that expounds and proves the modern Chinese political regime in various aspects. Zhao examines the changing process of the political regime from its origin, to its incarnation in the Kingdom Era, to what it is today. The power structure, the policy making process and its implementation throughout the nation and the society, and the mechanism of the political regime alteration are also closely studied. Political Regime of Contemporary China is the only comprehensive academic work on modern Chinese political regime since J. Townsend's Politics in China.
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About the Author
Hongwei Zhao is Professor at Hosei University, in Tokyo, Japan.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1 Foreword Chapter 2 Acknowledgements Chapter 3 Note on Transliteration Chapter 4 Theory of Political Regime of Contemporary China Chapter 5 Establishment of Political Regime of Monarchic China Chapter 6 Political Regime and Structure of the State Chapter 7 The Organization of China's Workers Union Chapter 8 Categorizing the Political Regime of Modern China from a Comparative Political Science Viewpoint Chapter 9 Provincial Party Secretaries in the Political Regime of Contemporary China Chapter 10 The Reforms and Transformation of an Administrative Organ Chapter 11 The Possibility of the Chinese-style Democracy Chapter 12 Bibliography