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Chinese politics in the Xi Jinping era:reassessing collective leadership

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A richly detailed account of China’s party leadership by one of the world’s foremost authorities on Chinese politics.


At the 19th National Congress of the Communist Party in the fall of 2017, China will likely experience its largest leadership turnover since the height of the Cultural Revolution in the late 1960s. Noted sinologist Cheng Li provides a comprehensive analysis of the vicissitudes of China’s party system and predicts what is likely to happen as President Xi Jinping amasses personal power and tests the constraints of collective leadership.


Xi Jinping is one of the most intriguing and complex world leaders of our time, and China’s political trajectory is crucial to the peace and prosperity of the world. Since becoming general secretary of the Chinese Communist Party in 2012, Xi has surprised many in China and around the world with his bold anti-corruption campaign and his aggressive consolidation of power. Xi’s legacy, as Li argues, will largely depend on whether he encourages or obstructs the trend of political institutionalization in governing the world’s most populous country as it becomes increasingly pluralistic.


Cheng Li provides a nuanced account of how the structure and dynamics of party leadership have evolved since the late 1990s, challenging Western conventional wisdom about the Middle Kingdom. His insights into what many China analysts call the “black box” of leadership decisionmaking draw on the meticulous biographical information he includes in this volume on the members of the party’s Central Committee, with tables and charts detailing their family origins, education backgrounds, occupations, career patterns, and mentor-patron ties.


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PROLOGUE Leadership: A Central Issue in Chinese Politics


  CHAPTER 1 Governance: Collective Leadership Revisited  


  CHAPTER 2 Structure: China’s Party-State System  


  CHAPTER 3 Elites: Composition and Representation on the 18th Central Committee  


  CHAPTER 4 Education: Advanced Degrees, Part-Time Training, and Study Abroad  


  CHAPTER 5 Occupations: From Rule by Technocrats to a More Diverse Leadership  


  CHAPTER 6 Mishu: Favoritism and Corruption in Elite Politics  


  CHAPTER 7 Factions: One Party, Two Coalitions?  


  CHAPTER 8 Protégés: Xi’s Inner Circle  


  CHAPTER 9 Trajectory: The 19th National Party Congress and Changing Dynamics in Chinese Society  


  List of Abbreviations  


  NOTES  


  GLOSSARY  


  BIBLIOGRAPHY  


  INDEX   

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