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《The Party and the World Dialogue 2014—China’s New Reforms:The Role of the Party》

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ISBN号:978-7-5117-2719-0 所属栏目: 政治类
作者: 中国当代世界研究中心, 中国和平发展基金会主编
书名: 《The Party and the World Dialogue 2014—China’s New Reforms:The Role of the Party》
定价: 108.00元
出版时间: 2015-07
简介:

  This book is the conversation on “The Party and the World Dialogue 2014”, which was attended by more than 200 political figures, scholars and experts from approximately 30 countries such as UK, US, Russia, Spain, Germany, Belgium, France, Netherlands, Sweden, Hungary, Denmark, Israel, Bulgaria, Australia, Singapore, Kyrgyzstan, Bangladesh, Pakistan, Malaysia, Mongolia, India, Republic of Korea, Burma, Tonga, Afghanistan, Mexico, Argentina, Egypt, South Africa, Ethiopia, Canada, and China’s relevant institutions. The conversation focus on the following topics: China’s Reforms:Particularities vs. Commonalities; China’s Reforms:Consensus upon Plurality; China’s Reforms:Competition without Zero-sum Outcome.

  本书为“2014中国共产党与世界对话会”文集,内容围绕中国改革的特色与共性、改革的舆论监督、没有零和博弈之结果的竞争等主题,深刻分析了改革背景、决策制定与执行过程、中国新一轮改革以及中国共产党的责任与角色。本书作为会议对话和讨论的文字实录,真实纪录了各国政要、学者对中国改革及中国共产党的探讨,在对话中突出了多元的视角,具有深刻的实践指导意义与理论研究价值。

目录:

  CONTENTS

  Opening ceremony and Plenary Session

  In 2013, 35 years after the introduction of reform and opening up at the third plenum of the 11th CPC Central Committee in 1978, the 18th CPC Central Committee launched a new round of comprehensive reforms at its third plenum. What are the backgrounds and the Party’s considerations behind this initiative? How are the decisions and plans made? How shall the new reforms be implemented at central, provincial, district and other local levels? What are the latest developments, problems and challenges? What is the Party’s take on external impacts China’s reforms might generate? In this session, people directly involved in the decision-making and drafting process of the reform plans as well as reform practitioners at central and local levels shall share authoritative information, air personal views and discuss these questions candidly.

  Panel I China’s Reforms:Particularities vs. Commonalities

  Reform is a much-talked about topic across the world. In Panel I, CPC officials and Chinese and foreign experts will conduct open and insightful exchanges concerning the following questions: What are the particularities and commonalities of reform tasks for China? How does the CPC as the ruling party in China view the difficulties and challenges in reforms? What are the problems confronting the Party when it leads and carries out the new reforms, and what measures have been put in place accordingly? How to view China’s comprehensive reform plans now in full swing from the perspective of international comparison? How to evaluate the experience of China’s reforms?

  Panel II China’s Reforms:Consensus upon Plurality

  Reform is an intractable problem across the world. In Panel II, CPC officials and Chinese and foreign experts will conduct open and insightful exchanges concerning the following questions: How to view plurality and complexity in today’s China? How does the CPC as the ruling party in China coordinate various interests and build consensus on reforms? What measures have been adopted to smooth over conflicts of interest and obstacles? What institutional and systemic reforms have been conducted to break down barriers of entrenched interests? How will the Party strike a delicate balance between rapid development and social stability in the reform process? How to ensure that reforms bring stronger social consensus and solidarity rather than stoke conflicts or even division?

  Panel III China’s Reforms:Competition without Zero-sum Outcome

  The world today is a global village. In Panel III, CPC officials and Chinese and foreign experts will conduct open and insightful exchanges concerning the following questions: What are the major bearings of China’s reforms on the international landscape and regional developments? How does the Party view and manage the spillover effect of reforms? How to expand opening up and cooperation so as to establish international partnerships during the process? Reform is the flagship sailing China towards the realization of the Chinese Dream. While pursuing its dream, how is China to reposition itself in the world, engage in healthy competition and achieve common development together with other countries?

  Wrap-up and Closing ceremony

  Reform and Development: Responsibility and Role of the Ruling Parties

  Ruling parties across the world share tasks of reform and development and face increasingly diverse demands and growing expectations of the people. Though confronted with similar tasks and challenges, they turn to different thinking and measures. How should a ruling party strike a delicate balance among reform, development and stability? How should it build social consensus and cement social solidarity while adjusting interest distribution? What role should ruling parties play in promoting reform and boosting development? What are the commonalities and particularities of their roles? What are the standards for an eligible ruling party? Following yesterday’s discussions about China’s reform, we look forward to more in-depth ideas and discussions in the global context.