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Is China’s Reform and Opening Era Over?
March 01, 2023

Is China’s Reform and Opening Era Over?

By Sara Hsu
Xi changed China’s trajectory from the “Reform and Opening Up” of his predecessors toward a more internal and state-focused model of economic development.

Li Keqiang’s Legacy: A Recommitment to Reformism
February 28, 2023

Li Keqiang’s Legacy: A Recommitment to Reformism

By Dan Macklin
Despite his reputation for being a political weakling, Li deserves credit for successfully championing reformist economic values.
Frank Dikotter on How China Changed (and Didn’t) After Mao
January 03, 2023

Frank Dikotter on How China Changed (and Didn’t) After Mao

By Shannon Tiezzi
“Since 1976, changes have been introduced to a rigidly collectivized economy in order to build up socialism, not to abandon it.”

The CCP Deserves Credit for China’s Phenomenal Economic Growth
July 07, 2021

The CCP Deserves Credit for China’s Phenomenal Economic Growth

By Zhuoran Li
Yes, the CCP has many shortcomings. But it has also contributed significantly to the country’s economic miracle.

Engagement With China Worked After All
April 22, 2021

Engagement With China Worked After All

By Lance L.P. Gore
China’s sharp swing to the left under Xi surprised many. But rather than a new normal, his generation may be the last gasp of old-school Maoism in the country.

Xi Pays Tribute to Reform and Opening – and Deng Xiaoping
October 15, 2020

Xi Pays Tribute to Reform and Opening – and Deng Xiaoping

By Shannon Tiezzi
This week’s celebration of Shenzhen, the original SEZ, comes amid a general trend of sidelining Deng.

China Hosts Second CIIE, Globalization Remains Core Message 
November 07, 2019

China Hosts Second CIIE, Globalization Remains Core Message 

By Eleanor Albert
China is once again broadcasting a message of openness at its now-annual import expo.
Taking Stock of Shanghai’s Free Trade Zone
August 19, 2019

Taking Stock of Shanghai’s Free Trade Zone

By Eleanor Albert
The pilot program in Shanghai was supposed to be a model for national reform. How is it faring?

To Entice Foreign Firms, China Needs to Do More Than Show Good Intentions
April 10, 2019

To Entice Foreign Firms, China Needs to Do More Than Show Good Intentions

By Zijia He and Amy Qingyi Xie
Facing a slowing economy, Beijing is struggling to boost the market confidence of the international business community.

Reminder: North Korea Is Not China
January 08, 2019

Reminder: North Korea Is Not China

By Benjamin Katzeff Silberstein
Don't assume that a broad economic reform process is as urgent for North Korean leaders today as it was for late 1970s China

40 Years of Social Change in China
December 20, 2018

40 Years of Social Change in China

By Bonnie Girard
Opening up and economic reform may have brought unintended consequences.
Xi's Scary Interpretation of the Last 40 Years of Chinese History
December 19, 2018

Xi's Scary Interpretation of the Last 40 Years of Chinese History

By Shannon Tiezzi
Xi's major takeaway, according to a public speech celebrating reform and opening, is that the CCP is perfect.

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