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Factionalism in Chinese Communist politics

Qing Huang

Factionalism in Chinese Communist politics

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Published by Cambridge University Press in Cambridge, New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Zhongguo gong chan dang -- History.,
  • Political purges -- China.,
  • China -- Politics and government -- 1949-

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 429-440) and index.

    StatementJing Huang.
    SeriesCambridge modern China series
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsJQ1519.A5 H8725 2000
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxix, 458 p. :
    Number of Pages458
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22321057M
    ISBN 100521622840

      The history of the Chinese Communist Party had its beginnings in Shanghai when, in July , Mao Zedong and other leaders gathered in .   Factions are not allowed in the Communist Party, but they have nevertheless been a prominent feature of Chinese politics in the modern age, and for centuries before that. is the PLA. 3. The May Fourth Movement and the Democracy Movement in CHina were organized by the Chinese Communist Party. 4. The major protest movement against Western Imperialism after World War I was the May 4th Movement. 5. The origins of factionalism within the China Communist Party were related to Kruschev's anti-Stalinist reforms in the.


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Factionalism is widely understood to be a distinguishing characteristic of Chinese politics. In this book, Jing Huang examines the role of factionalism in leadership relations and policy making. His detailed knowledge of intra-Party politics offers a new understanding of still-disputed struggles behind the high walls of leadership in by: Factionalism is widely understood to be a distinguishing characteristic of Chinese politics.

In this book, first published inJing Huang examines the role of factionalism in leadership relations and by: Factionalism is widely understood to be a distinguishing characteristic of Chinese politics.

In this book, Jing Huang examines the role of factionalism in leadership relations and policy making. His detailed knowledge of intra-Party politics offers a new understanding of still-disputed struggles behind the high walls of leadership in : $ Chinese Communist Politics CONFLICT MODELS AND THEIR EXPLANATIONS OF FACTIONALISM From Unity to Conflict Factional politics is a politics of conflict.

Before the Cultural Revolution (CR) unfolded infactionalism was barely noticed in the study of Chinese politics because the field was predominated by unity analyses. Factionalism in Chinese Communist Politics Factionalism is widely understood to be one of the distinguishing characteristics of Chinese politics.

The Chinese Communist Party has a long history of purges and infighting among its elite members and, afterof seemingly irrational and frequently vicious struggles for succession to leadership.

"Factionalism is widely understood to be one of the distinguishing characteristics of Chinese politics. In this book Jing Huang examines the role of factionalism in leadership relations and policy. China is a good example: there have been ample studies on China's political factions, and they show political connections and fractional support are.

Jing Huang's Factionalism in Chinese Communist Politics questions such con ventional wisdom on the impact of factionalism on leadership relations and deci sion making. Prevailing models of factionalism, Huang argues, are inadequate be cause of their assumption that factionalism is a dependent variable that results.

for students of Chinese communist politics. We know that it is an important feature of the regime, but there are several unresolved issues. How does factionalism in China differ from the same or related phenomena elsewhere is it more important in China, or just more evident or more talked about.

What causes Chinese factionalism is. Apparently, factionalism is a real issue in Chinese politics. The top leadership takes it so seriously that it held a Politburo meeting on Decem on combating factionalism within the Chinese Communist Party.

Factionalism is widely understood to be a distinguishing characteristic of Chinese politics. In this book, first published inJing Huang examines the role of factionalism in leadership relations and policy-making. Before the Cultural Revolution (CR) unfolded infactionalism was barely noticed in the study of Chinese politics because the field was predominated by unity analyses.

These analyses see Chinese politics as a united entity, integrated by ideology and organizations, maintained by discipline and a strong leadership, and safeguarded by the People's Liberation Army (PLA).

Factionalism is widely understood to be a distinguishing characteristic of Chinese politics. In this book, Jing Huang examines the role of factionalism in leadership relations and policy making. His detailed knowledge of intra-Party politics offers a new understanding of still-disputed struggles behind the high walls of leadership in Zhongnanhai.

The ‘tuanpai’ on the other hand are groomed as potential leaders in the Chinese Communist Youth League. The ‘princelings’ are part of China’s modern sectors of economic growth and actors in ‘crony capitalism’, steering China towards a.

Succession politics and factionalism in Chinese Communist Party. A Factionalism Model for ccp Politics The 16th Central Committee of the Chinese Communist Party: Formal Institutions and Factional Groups The Chinese Communist Party: Recruiting and Controlling the New ElitesCited by: Buy Factionalism Chinese Communist Pol (Cambridge Modern China Series) New Ed by Jing Huang (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.

Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders. The University of Chicago Press. Books Division. Chicago Distribution Center. Reviews Jing Huang. Factionalism in Chinese Communist Politics. Cambridge Modern China Series. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, xix, pp. Hardcover $, ISBN 0­­­0.

The "puzzles" of Chinese politics--recurrent and debilitating power struggles particularly over succession, political purges, incessant.

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Pages in category "Factions of the Communist Party of China" The following 7 pages are in this category, out of 7 total. This list may not reflect recent changes ().

He is the author of several books, including Factionalism in Chinese Communist Politics, which won the Masayoshi Ohira Memorial Prize. On August 4,his permanent residence in Singapore was cancelled, and he and his wife were denied re-entry, on the assumption that he was "an agent of influence of a foreign country".Alma mater: Sichuan University, Fudan.

Populists vs Princelings. China is a one-party state in which the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) monopolises power. The party leadership, however, is not a monolithic group. Its members do not all share the same ideology, political association, socio-economic background, or policy preferences.

© Cambridge University Press Cambridge University Press - Factionalism in Chinese Communist Politics Jing HuangFile Size: KB. ability of a "factionalism" model of Chinese Communist Party (CCP) elite politics.5 The reader's indulgence is asked as I turn the everyday term "faction" to a special purpose.

Model-building of the sort attempted here requires as a first step the isolation of a rigorously defined type of political structure - in this case, a political structure.

Populists vs princelings. China is a one-party state in which the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) monopolises power. The party leadership, however, is not a monolithic group. Its members do not all share the same ideology, political association, socio-economic background, or policy preferences.

呃 你想访问的条目豆瓣不收录。 > 去读书首页去读书首页 ; © -all rights reserved 北京豆网科技有限公司 关于 Missing: Factionalism. Now before I start, I want to make clear that none of the rumors about in-party factions are true. There might some truth in it, but most online analysis you see about how factions fighting against each other are mostly just rumors and speculation.

The CPC or Communist Party of China is the ruling political party of the PRC (People’s Republic of China). While it exists with the United Front, the CPC remains as the sole party in China. It has also maintained a unitary government and has centralized the military, media and the state.

The national constitution guarantees. It explores the party’s role in the formation of policy, including foreign policy, and assesses the impact of different factions and of the current anti-corruption campaign.

Overall, the book demonstrates how embedded the Communist Party is in all aspects of Chinese economy, society and politics, and how its position continues to be consolidated. Miller, China Leadership Monitor, no. 46 3 (团派), stemming from their service in the Communist Youth League in the mids, when Hu presided over that body.

In China’s popular media and in Hong Kong and Taiwan China-watching journals, factionalism has been the default framework for analyzing ongoing political dynamics in. 'One party, two coalitions' -- China's factional politics - CNN To the casual observer, the Chinese Communist Party may seem like a monolithic, united entity.

To the. Get this from a library. Factionalism within the Chinese communist ranks; a bridge leading to anti-communist revolution.

[Chia-tung Chou]. The most famous are the Communist Youth League (CYL) faction and the Shanghai CYL faction was significantly weakened in by the secretary-general of the Chinese Communist Party Author: Gary Gindler.

The Chinese Communist Party and People’s Courts: Judicial Dependence in China The Rule of Law, The Chinese Communist Party, and Ideological Campaigns: Sange Daibiao (The “Three Represents”), Socialist Rule of Law, and Modern Chinese ConstitutionalismCited by: 1.

InChina’s Communist leader Mao Zedong launched what became known as the Cultural Revolution in order to reassert his authority over the Chinese government. The Cultural Revolution and its. Recent Politburo discussion of the problem of factions in the Chinese Communist Party prompts assessment of the characteristics and conduct of factionalism in contemporary PRC leadership politics.

This article offers a critique of how factional politics has been portrayed in analysis of leadership politics under Xi Jinping. The Chinese Communist Party has a long history of political strongmen. There are basically two political factions in China today: for lack of better terms, they are the princelings and the Author: Doug Guthrie.

Factions and Finance in China inquires how elite factional politics has given rise to both of these outcomes since the reform in The competition between generalists in the Chinese Communist Party and politically engaged technocrats over monetary policies has time and time again prevented inflation from spinning out of control.4/5(5).

Communist Party, state, People's Liberation Army, organization is similar to that of the USSR, China's policy-making is dominated more by factions and relationships Dual Role vertical supervision of the next higher level of government and horizontal supervision of the Communist Party at the same level.

Factional politics have existed in China for a long time, but for the first time we now see a situation in which two factions, or coalitions, share power and influence and they are almost equally.

Factionalism just means a politician or key stakeholder putting his/her personal interest, or the interest of his/her faction, ahead of the common national interest, and of course it's been responsible for the falls of many dynasties. Not just Chi. The book reads like a Who's Who of past and present Chinese spies, saboteurs, agents, assassins, intelligence officers, military officers and security and police officials, as well as Chinese.