[KINDLE] ✾ End of an Era ❂ Carl Minzner – Metalstampedmemories.info

End of an Era China S Reform Era Is Ending Core Factors That Characterized It Political Stability, Ideological Openness, And Rapid Economic Growth Are Unraveling Since The 1990s, Beijing S Leaders Have Firmly Rejected Any Fundamental Reform Of Their Authoritarian One Party Political System, And On The Surface, Their Efforts Have Been A Success But As Carl Minzner Shows, A Closer Look At China S Reform Era Reveals A Different Truth Over The Past Three Decades, A Frozen Political System Has Fueled Both The Rise Of Entrenched Interests Within The Communist Party Itself, And The Systematic Underdevelopment Of Institutions Of Governance Among State And Society At Large Economic Cleavages Have Widened Social Unrest Has Worsened Ideological Polarization Has Deepened Now, To Address These Looming Problems, China S Leaders Are Progressively Cannibalizing Institutional Norms And Practices That Have Formed The Bedrock Of The Regime S Stability In The Reform Era End Of An Era Explains How China Arrived At This Dangerous Turning Point, And Outlines The Potential Outcomes That Could Result.


About the Author: Carl Minzner

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10 thoughts on “End of an Era

  1. says:

    Minzner, a law professor at Fordham, describes how China s authoritarian revival under Xi Jinping marks the definitive end of the reform era of the country and may, in fact, hinder the country s stated goal of a peaceful rise This isn t a flawless work Minzner gets a little too in the weeds in his chapter on stalling legal reform, for instance but his central


  2. says:

    This is a clear eyed, hard look at the recent policies of the Chinese Party State, and the problems which it will encounter in the near to mid future Where it truly excels is in offering a sympathetic exposition of these problems This is not to say that Minzner doesn t take Chinese leadership to task he does, discussing is detail many omi...


  3. says:

    320.951 MINeAudioSummary China really is a modernized, updated version of traditional authoritarian bureaucratic imperial system It requires agency a regular back and forht between ruled and ruler alike through organized channles of government whether democratic or otherwise that build popular faith in them as channels to resolve grievance and manage social tensions The


  4. says:

    _End of an Era_ is a clear eyed look at the China of yesterday, today and of some potential futures It is a deeply researched book, pulling together a lot of material to substantiate the author s point of view As someone who only knows the surface history of China, this gave me a look underneath the veneer at what is actually happening It is the end of the reform era, with the


  5. says:

    Respect to Carl for trying to write big on China He also goes beyond the straight summary type books you often come across and opts for a sweeping take on how Xi is rotting the CCP He s best on legal changes and changes in the education system Notes In 2012, some 160 of China s 1000 wealthiest people were seated in the party congress or national legislature Their total family net wo


  6. says:

    This book is not too long and not too dense As an historian, I appreciated its brevity and explanation of concepts outside my field I also appreciate that I can use it to teach students about China s potential future paths I can summarize ar...


  7. says:

    Excellent overview of China s problems An excellent overview of the problems facing the Chinese leadership, concentrating on the retreat from the economic and political reforms of the 1990s and 2000s and highlighting the p...


  8. says:

    Good look at China s social and political institutions, and how their lack of development frustrates stability.


  9. says:

    Fascinating insight into the news out of china


  10. says:

    good factual account, but the argument lacks ambition.


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